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Post by bokkins on Sat Feb 07, 2009 7:18 pm

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Wala pa tayo nito kaya naisip kong gumawa, Im sure madami kayo dyang nakatago. Smile

Took this from mrt-trinoma platform. sayang wala akong tripod.





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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by whey09 on Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:58 pm

@ necro - mukhang nag ka noise yung picture mo due to sharpenning, anyway, nice pic!

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by necrolyte on Mon Jan 10, 2011 2:30 am

@tutik

not really sir, 200 lang ISO ko dyan hehehe...

@whey09
siguro dahil sa contrast... hehe... anyway, thanks po! Smile

ito yung exif...

Exif data
Camera: Canon EOS 500D
Exposure: 10
Aperture: f/10.0
Focal Length: 15 mm
ISO Speed: 200
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Mon Jan 10, 2011 3:09 am

necrolyte wrote:
siguro dahil sa contrast... hehe... anyway, thanks po! Smile

i think you are right about the contrast, i was using an old lcd at home
(w/ low contrast specs) when i made the comment. it looks clean here
on my office monitor. Smile

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by celes on Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:15 am

necrolyte wrote:@tutik

not really sir, 200 lang ISO ko dyan hehehe...

@whey09
siguro dahil sa contrast... hehe... anyway, thanks po! Smile

ito yung exif...

Exif data
Camera: Canon EOS 500D
Exposure: 10
Aperture: f/10.0
Focal Length: 15 mm
ISO Speed: 200

suggestion ko - instead of increasing the exposure, slow down the shutter speed instead, and use ISO 100 if you can
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:36 am

onga no Celes (agree), pumped up pala ang compensation nya.

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by whey09 on Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:46 am

@ necro - handheld ka lang ba?
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by fire3dp on Mon Jan 10, 2011 2:11 pm

necrolyte wrote:share lang din po...

Singapore Skyline

I miss this spot. Here's where I did my first night photography way back 2007.
@ sir glen thanks for the c&c.
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by fire3dp on Thu Jan 13, 2011 11:08 pm

Construction site series:

16mm 30sec f8 1SO500 (naiwan ko ksi cable release remote ko kaya i have to boost up the iso to 500)


16mm 30sec f16 ISO100


17mm 0.8sec f16 ISO100


17mm 0.5sec f16 ISO100


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Post by oRangE.n.GreeN on Sun Jan 16, 2011 12:17 pm

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Here's my share...


















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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by vonlorena on Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:13 pm

fire3dp wrote:Construction site series:








sir naka landscap ba kayo dito? ano po ang settings ng mga shots nito specially yung first image ganda eh! TFS thumbsup
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by celes on Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:51 pm

ION at Night

ION

f4.0
shutter 1/50
ISO 800


ION

f4.0
shutter 1/50
ISO 1600


ION

f4.0
shutter 1/80
ISO 800


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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by celes on Mon Jan 17, 2011 1:31 am

share ko lang din po ang video shots taken with the same camera (D7000 + Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 lens)

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by fire3dp on Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:09 pm

@ vonlorena. i put the setting info at the bottom of each photos.. cheers!

@ sir Celes. nice set on those Archl...
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by ARCHITHEKTHURA on Tue Jan 18, 2011 1:28 am

Cool shots sir Celes.! Smile

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by vonlorena on Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:30 am

fire3dp wrote:@ vonlorena. i put the setting info at the bottom of each photos.. cheers!

@ sir Celes. nice set on those Archl...


sir fire3dp thanks for the settings 2thumbsup
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by logikpixel on Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:41 am

Nice ones sir Celes. I love wide angles. Too bad we don't have "access" to Tokinas here in the U.A.E. The widest I have is the 18-200mm.

edit: you enjoying your D7000 do far?
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by celes on Tue Jan 18, 2011 3:35 am

fire, jeff, logik thanks!

@logik - you bet, it's fun to use Very Happy
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Tue Jan 18, 2011 6:49 am

nice shots Celes! (as in fb) Smile

naka bulb mode ba yung shots?

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by celes on Tue Jan 18, 2011 6:57 am

@tutik hehe fb duplicate posts - thanks ulit.

para sa shooting details ive captioned the shots above sir.
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by janggoII on Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:27 am

logikpixel wrote:Nice ones sir Celes. I love wide angles. Too bad we don't have "access" to Tokinas here in the U.A.E. The widest I have is the 18-200mm.

edit: you enjoying your D7000 do far?

we have TOKINAs here, as i've told you. In Al Falak at deira City Centre and Al Falak in DFC. thumbsup



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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by Frank on Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:44 pm

Great night shots guys!

Some low light stuff.... Experiments on lighting design using one fixed light sources and another one hand held. CCs are appreciated.


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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by benj.arki on Sun May 15, 2011 6:35 am

im almost new to photography siguro po mga 3 months, and then basa basa po ng mga tips and techniques and then try and try. and here's my share pasensya na po, 2thumbsup
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by silvercrown on Mon May 23, 2011 9:12 pm

tutik wrote:
AUSTRIA wrote:Sir tutik ito po yung ilang shots na experiment ko night effect try ko lang yung ginawa niyo sir pero napapansin ko kapag nililiitan ko yung value ng aparture lalo siya dumidilim bakit kaya? Pero naka fixed lang sa 1600 yung ISO niya scratch may idea ka ba kung baki? Hehehe thanks sa Tuts hah

F5.6

F13

F22

Austria, no need for such high ISO as there will be harsh noise that will render your image unusable. f11 will do just fine don't forget to set to a slow shutter speed, prob test at 1/10secs then slower if not bright enough. if your camera reached its slowest shutter speed limit (mine's at 1/20secs), you can still afford to lower the aperture setting to at least F8. meron pang 'bulb mode' technique you can explore later on. actually your camera's TTL meter should give you a good indication for exposing correctly (learn how to use it). good luck!

slowest shutter speed @ 1/20secs? it's a 20th fraction of a second
i think sir tutik refers to 20secs or 20" and not 1/20secs
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Mon May 23, 2011 9:37 pm

silvercrown wrote:
tutik wrote:
AUSTRIA wrote:Sir tutik ito po yung ilang shots na experiment ko night effect try ko lang yung ginawa niyo sir pero napapansin ko kapag nililiitan ko yung value ng aparture lalo siya dumidilim bakit kaya? Pero naka fixed lang sa 1600 yung ISO niya scratch may idea ka ba kung baki? Hehehe thanks sa Tuts hah

F5.6

F13

F22

Austria, no need for such high ISO as there will be harsh noise that will render your image unusable. f11 will do just fine don't forget to set to a slow shutter speed, prob test at 1/10secs then slower if not bright enough. if your camera reached its slowest shutter speed limit (mine's at 1/20secs), you can still afford to lower the aperture setting to at least F8. meron pang 'bulb mode' technique you can explore later on. actually your camera's TTL meter should give you a good indication for exposing correctly (learn how to use it). good luck!

slowest shutter speed @ 1/20secs? it's a 20th fraction of a second
i think sir tutik refers to 20secs or 20" and not 1/20secs

you are right sir, that's 20secs. salamat!

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by lance on Mon May 23, 2011 11:47 pm

panorama? bro benj, cool man magz style dudes drinksmile
galing,

cheers man
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by silvercrown on Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:55 pm


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