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    Smile Night Photography. Any tips?

    Was thinking of going into Night photography, mainly cause I've seen some pretty amazing photos taken in low light conditions and at night, also because Singapore has a pretty awesome landscape for taking fantastic breath-taking photos (our skyline is pretty much fantastic), and also cause I want to take part in some competitions that seem interesting. :p

    Anyone has any tips to share for night photography and also any interesting ideas that you would love to share? Dying to hear from some other people besides me and my thoughts.

    Also, any interesting spots for nice angles? Be it pro or beginners, would love to hear from anyone.

    Here's an example of the comp I was speaking of just now: (Mod: link removed)
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    Tripod & wired/wireless shutter control.

    Optionally, mirror up feature if using DSLR.

    Angles and composition depends on ur style.

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    Btw, ur link is it a spam?

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    Link aside, it depends on what you'd like to capture... Most people would treat night photography as something with long shutter and such. It all depends frankly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulKami View Post
    Link aside, it depends on what you'd like to capture... Most people would treat night photography as something with long shutter and such. It all depends frankly...
    u mean its not? damn... i've been fooled...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    u mean its not? damn... i've been fooled...
    his cam can do iso 123214103430493024932 with no noise
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    hahha DCA, night photography to many may mean different things. the long shutter is one type of night photography (being the most common). I can think of things like high iso B/W with a bit of motion. etc etc.

    but I do agree that the a tripod, remote release are part and parcel of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestrike View Post
    hahha DCA, night photography to many may mean different things. the long shutter is one type of night photography (being the most common). I can think of things like high iso B/W with a bit of motion. etc etc.

    but I do agree that the a tripod, remote release are part and parcel of the game.
    so sad, francis & ortega bluff me...

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    .............
    oh I didn't know you are so naive. ....

    my bad... :p

    Anyway, TS haven state what kind of night photography that he is looking at nor did he qoute an example.. so can only give the generic tips etc. hope that help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    u mean its not? damn... i've been fooled...
    What thing not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulKami View Post
    Link aside, it depends on what you'd like to capture... Most people would treat night photography as something with long shutter and such. It all depends frankly...
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulKami View Post
    What thing not?


    so night photography is use 1/8000 with iso100billion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestrike View Post
    .............
    oh I didn't know you are so naive. ....

    my bad... :p

    Anyway, TS haven state what kind of night photography that he is looking at nor did he qoute an example.. so can only give the generic tips etc. hope that help.
    i believe them cos they mods mah...

    so now i also believe u...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post


    so night photography is use 1/8000 with iso100billion?
    Heard of night portraits? :3
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulKami View Post
    Heard of night portraits? :3
    no.. u mean have specific daylight & night portraits?

    always tot portrait either =

    1) orientation of foto
    2) pic of a chio bu

    so now got day rotation & night rotation. day chio, night chio...

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    You very funny -_-;;

    Anyway, let's assume that TS is serious in asking that question, and that (mod) I'll remove that link assuming it is a spam, let's see how much this discussion goes bah...
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