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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 tutik on Sun May 10, 2009 10:04 pm

ortzak wrote:Fisrt Post ko me pang kodak na ko kaya kodak kodak na din..

Paturo mga sir para mahasa hehe... 2thumbsup


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medyo out of focus bro. try using the smallest aperture possible (f11-f22), focus to infinity, then adjust the shutterspeed accordingly based on your TTL meter, use the lowest ISO possible (50-100). try shooting at the time when the sun just dipped into the horizon (a majestic blue or crimson sky rather than totally black), don't forget to use a stable tripod, remote shutter control or with a timer, mirror lock up mode (to avoid shake), if your lens have VR set it to off. settings aside, compositionally it would be best to position your horizon at one thirds then your main subject off-centered or at one thirds.

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Post by ortzak on Mon May 11, 2009 2:00 am

medyo out of focus bro. try using the smallest aperture possible (f11-f22), focus to infinity, then adjust the shutterspeed accordingly based on your TTL meter, use the lowest ISO possible (50-100). try shooting at the time when the sun just dipped into the horizon (a majestic blue or crimson sky rather than totally black), don't forget to use a stable tripod, remote shutter control or with a timer, mirror lock up mode (to avoid shake), if your lens have VR set it to off. settings aside, compositionally it would be best to position your horizon at one thirds then your main subject off-centered or at one thirds

medyo kapa kapa pa rin sa mga modes kuna ano maganda e.


Thanks sir sa turo sa wakas!! Initial set ko palang sa nite mode hehe salamat sir Pm ko kau sir about sa setting ha...salamat po!!
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Mon May 11, 2009 2:27 am

ortzak wrote:
medyo out of focus bro. try using the smallest aperture possible (f11-f22), focus to infinity, then adjust the shutterspeed accordingly based on your TTL meter, use the lowest ISO possible (50-100). try shooting at the time when the sun just dipped into the horizon (a majestic blue or crimson sky rather than totally black), don't forget to use a stable tripod, remote shutter control or with a timer, mirror lock up mode (to avoid shake), if your lens have VR set it to off. settings aside, compositionally it would be best to position your horizon at one thirds then your main subject off-centered or at one thirds

medyo kapa kapa pa rin sa mga modes kuna ano maganda e.


Thanks sir sa turo sa wakas!! Initial set ko palang sa nite mode hehe salamat sir Pm ko kau sir about sa setting ha...salamat po!!

also, understanding the 'hyperfocal distance' helps to ensure maximum sharpness across your image:
http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/hyperfocal-distance.htm

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by kurdaps! on Mon May 11, 2009 2:33 am

tutik wrote:
ortzak wrote:
medyo out of focus bro. try using the smallest aperture possible (f11-f22), focus to infinity, then adjust the shutterspeed accordingly based on your TTL meter, use the lowest ISO possible (50-100). try shooting at the time when the sun just dipped into the horizon (a majestic blue or crimson sky rather than totally black), don't forget to use a stable tripod, remote shutter control or with a timer, mirror lock up mode (to avoid shake), if your lens have VR set it to off. settings aside, compositionally it would be best to position your horizon at one thirds then your main subject off-centered or at one thirds

medyo kapa kapa pa rin sa mga modes kuna ano maganda e.


Thanks sir sa turo sa wakas!! Initial set ko palang sa nite mode hehe salamat sir Pm ko kau sir about sa setting ha...salamat po!!

also, understanding the 'hyperfocal distance' helps to ensure maximum sharpness across your image:
http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/hyperfocal-distance.htm

Thanks for the link Glen...big help! thumbsup

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by ortzak on Mon May 11, 2009 2:48 am

Many thanks sir Tutik!!God bless!!
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by v_wrangler on Mon May 11, 2009 3:46 am

Ako din!

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by Gilbert_Malong on Thu May 14, 2009 4:27 am

Just want to share my sets of night and sunrise scenes...









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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by 3DZONE on Sun May 17, 2009 11:42 am

Shot po sa Heritage Park, Corniche...






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Post by 3DZONE on Mon May 18, 2009 1:18 pm

Like a Star @ heaven

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by AUSTRIA on Thu May 21, 2009 4:45 am

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

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F13

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by kurdaps! on Thu May 21, 2009 4:53 am

The higher the Aperture, the less light it gets..that's i why it turns dark. Also, lower your ISO value, eg. 100-200 and turn OFF- High ISO to eliminate the noise.

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by AUSTRIA on Thu May 21, 2009 5:03 am

kurdaps! wrote:The higher the Aperture, the less light it gets..that's i why it turns dark. Also, lower your ISO value, eg. 100-200 and turn OFF- High ISO to eliminate the noise.

Thanks Sir daps...uu nga eh yun din pagkakaalam ko eh ,siguro yung advice ni sir tutik di adviseable sa Night effect? ewan ko lang baka mali ako heheh..di bale experiment pa ulit at kunting basa hehehe...thanks ulit

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by tutik on Thu May 21, 2009 7:38 am

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!

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Post by AUSTRIA on Thu May 21, 2009 9:41 am

Maraming salamt Sir tutik...sige experiment ulit ako malaking tulong to bro....subukan ko tong advice mo tsempo lang ako ng magandang mood....God bless bro.

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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by jorgei2style on Thu May 21, 2009 3:25 pm

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mga masters share ko po natutunan ko sa inyo, dahil sa inyo naging "pro" ako "pro pag picture na sa isip" salamat po!!!

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TREES A CROWD

Post by mikaztro on Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:34 am


TREES A CROWD

cAMERA: NIKON D5000
FOCAL LENGTH: 35MM
F-NUMBER: F/5.6
EXPOSURE 1/2 SEC
NO TRIPOD


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Post by mikaztro on Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:42 am


RAY OF LIGHT

FOCAL LENGTH: 22MM
F-NUMBER: F/3.8
EXPOSURE .77 SEC
NO TRIPOD
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FROZEN WATER

Post by mikaztro on Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:45 am


FROZEN WATER

FOCAL LENGTH: 24MM
F-NUMBER: F/4
EXPOSURE .62 SEC
NO TRIPOD
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"Silhoutte"

Post by mikaztro on Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:49 am


"Silhoutte"

FOCAL LENGTH: 18MM
F-NUMBER: F/5.6
EXPOSURE 1/8 SEC
NO TRIPOD
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Re: NIGHT SHOTS & LOW LIGHT

Post by Guest on Sat Jun 13, 2009 4:46 am

not sure kung dito nga to... handheld shot mga bro without flash using d90 kit... hope magustuhan nyo...
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Post by rvn0524 on Sun Jun 14, 2009 11:26 pm

ser kiets, share nmn ng settings... labas mo pa ung iba mo dyan... madami yan diba.?
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Post by Guest on Mon Jun 15, 2009 2:02 am

rvn0524 wrote:ser kiets, share nmn ng settings... labas mo pa ung iba mo dyan... madami yan diba.?

ahahaha loko ka pre Twisted Evil ako pa hiningan ng settings e sobrang newbie din ako, magkatabi pa nga tayo at naggagayahan ng settings e... hindi ko nga sure kong aprub na ba ung mga kuha natin... paano ba kukunin ung settings ng photo? marami pa nga yan e pero nakakahiyang magpost e...

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Post by Guest on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:05 am

Singapore Flyer


Exposure: 0.6
Aperture: f/3.5
Focal Length: 18 mm
ISO Speed: 1600

kaso handheld .. ok lang ba?


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Post by kurdaps! on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:22 am

KettleRenderer wrote:Singapore Flyer



kaso handheld .. ok lang ba?

With handheld, this is great! 2thumbsup What's the ISO? medyo noisy lang kasi.. Very Happy

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Post by Guest on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:37 am

he he he.. thanks...
iso 1600. actually.. failed attempt to make noisy picture yan Very Happy
gusto ko un noisy talaga ....
nakakatamad kce itayo ang tripod...

bkt walang post more?? ... peace man

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Post by jegsky1174 on Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:46 am

kietsmark wrote:not sure kung dito nga to... handheld shot mga bro without flash using d90 kit... hope magustuhan nyo...



isa pa with fellow cgp members tristan and arvin... katabi ko si sol kaya hindi kita hehehe



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wow! hanep bro! ang lupit talaga ng D90....... 2thumbsup
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