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Manimillion
01-12-2004, 06:42 AM
Couple of random shots from tonite.

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/1.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/2.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/3.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/4.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/5.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/6.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/7.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/8.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/9.jpg

http://www.chaudtight.com/mani/snow/10.jpg

Bob Loblaw
01-12-2004, 11:48 AM
Nice!

Predator_e36
01-12-2004, 12:13 PM
wow looks really good

what camera is that?

NorthRyder
01-12-2004, 12:32 PM
how do u get the pictures so crisp. they look amazing. and the lights dont make the lines. i have a sony ps 72 or somthing. is it a good cam?

Manimillion
01-12-2004, 01:44 PM
Thanks, the pictures are crisp because I used ISO speed of 50 at most of the shots, other then the under the bridge shot which I used 100 because I didn't have enough light. Other then that I used a tripod. I didn't exactly get the lights don't make lines comment, want to post an example maybe I could help.

And the camera I used is the good old Canon G2

NorthRyder
01-13-2004, 01:25 AM
when i shoot at night there is always lines up and down from the lights. when i get a chence i will try and take a pic. and one more thing what is ISO exactly. for some reason my cam only goes to 100 no lower.

Alezone
01-13-2004, 07:51 AM
lower ISO value, the better the quality of the pictures. mine is set at 50 all the time, Canon G3

Manimillion
01-14-2004, 04:05 AM
Originally posted by NorthRyder
when i shoot at night there is always lines up and down from the lights. when i get a chence i will try and take a pic. and one more thing what is ISO exactly. for some reason my cam only goes to 100 no lower.

Well what mode do you shoot on? I set the apreture (f-stop/depth of field) before I set my shutter speed. And I use the apropriate shutter speed for the apreture which I've set. I'm guessing you shoot your pics on a mode that it sets the apreture automatically or you set the apreture to lower numbers (i.e. 2.0, 2.5, etc...)

ISO is the film speed. Lower the number, higher the shutter speed is going to be. So if you have to take a picture at a dark place with a fast shutter speed, you set your ISO to a higher number then what you usually use.

Higher the ISO number, more the noise in the picture, so try to set your ISO number to the lowest possible in each shot.

keira
01-15-2004, 08:04 PM
i'm sure you have a nice cam to be bumming around town with but i think you still need some work on your photography skills, especially angles. Understanding you subject direction is key to a truly good picture. focus not only image but subject. don't let the eye wander around. don't be afraid to find a better shot.

A~G
01-21-2004, 06:02 AM
VERY NICE(y)

omid
01-24-2004, 06:15 PM
i love the pics dude.i have a program in my comp that can do the same thing with the pics.lights and every thing.looks good man.

WhadUpp
01-24-2004, 06:18 PM
Awesome winter pics!*th-up* Great Work!