Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Davan, Aug 29, 2003.
Comments, questions, suggestions are welcome!
I may be in a good mood... but I like them...
I should have a disclaimer when posting my work... I am not into generally accepted photography principles. Perfectly framed and perfectly composed and perfectly exposed photography bores me. I like to explore. I like to create. I take photos hoping to capture a subject how I see it, not how I want people to see it.
Can I ask a question? Did you use a tri-pod? And what was your f-stop and shutter at? I am trying to learn how to take night shots, but they are all blurry, or not enough detail.
Your pictures look very cool. And the third one I like the best. Look the ripple in the water. WHere is that?
Yeah, I used a tripod for all three. Not sure the f-stop (had that on auto, but I think it defaults to f2.8 on the night setting.). Shutter was a full three seconds for all three shots. And this was in Calgary.
For night shots with a shutter speed of 1/30 or longer, you really should be using a tripod. I wouldn't hand-hold anything longer than that, unless you've got a REALLY stead hand.
I spy........ a z-24. Nice pics. I especially like #2.
Z24 it is! Good eye!
Cool what Kind of camera?
Those were taken with my Fuji 3800Z (now called the Fuji S3000).