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A~G 11-16-2003 05:42 AM

Sisters NEW CONDO view.
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Hey guyz. My sister finally moved into her new place at Harbour Front!!! SHE HAS THE MOST AMAZING VIEW EVER!!!

Here are some amateur pics I took by resting the camera on the Balcony Railing.

they'll be more "professional" once I invest in a tripod:)

A~G 11-16-2003 05:44 AM

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:mad: they're coming up blurry:(

A~G 11-16-2003 05:46 AM

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this one came out dark.

A~G 11-16-2003 05:48 AM

the Gardiner Expressway will also look much better with a tripod.:)

I love taking pics at a lowered shutter speed in the night.

A~G 11-16-2003 05:49 AM

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jeremy 11-16-2003 05:53 AM

pretty awesome spot.....probably some serious coin for that place .......

Mystikal 11-16-2003 05:47 PM

Slowing down the shutter speed without a tripod is no fun. Still came out pretty damn good.

And yeah, that MUST be $

///Milk 11-16-2003 07:24 PM u have pix of that kid in the Probe crashing, Adam? :D

WhadUpp 11-16-2003 08:03 PM

What camera were you using? With a tripod your pics will come out mint for sure.

A~G 11-17-2003 04:45 AM

I'm using a Canon S400 (4.0MP)

I didn't think they came out that blurred. Once I loaded them up on the computer I noticed the diff. Its okay though, I can't wait to get a tripod. (just won $200 at Casino Rama... time to look into it:))

A~G 11-17-2003 04:46 AM

+her apt. Has:

1) Gardiner Expressway on the left
2) CN Tower/Skydome downt he middle
3) Island Airport on the right

endless possibilities :)

A~G 11-17-2003 04:48 AM

:D:D:D No, the pics of that loser kid crashing the probe came out pretty bad cuz the traffic lights were out in the area so I couldn' t get a goodshot from the 11th floor.:D:D:D

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Manimillion 11-17-2003 02:54 PM

Stop using flash... Flash wont help you at night shots like that... Put your camera on the "Manual Mode" which I'm pretty sure is indicated by "M"... Turn off your flash, set your apreture, and then set your shutter speed according to your light meter reading your camera gives out, once you get a neutral reading (0) from the light meter, you will have yourself a perfect picture, its just the composition that is left for you to do.

A~G 11-17-2003 02:58 PM

The "third picture" that came out black... I used my flash (unfortunately) but I caught on, thats why the first 2 came out cleaner. (turned flash off)

... but thanx for the aperture advice, I'll have to look into it. I don't think my camera has a light meter. I'll check now.:)

Manimillion 11-17-2003 03:07 PM

One more advice... If you don't have a tripod, and need faster shutter speeds, set your ISO speed to a higher number, the noise in the picture will be more if you set it up to a higher number, but you compensate from shutter speed... So if its at 100 right now, try setting it to 200 or 400 and taking shots like that, and I'm sure your camera should have a light meter, when you half press the shutter button there should be some numbers showing up on your lcd display, like -1, +1, -2, -1/3 or etc... That would be your light meter reading.

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