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By lostep3
I just starting shooting photos. This was my first time shooting at night. I think my ISO was to high. Also I never shoot in RAW, would I be better off shooting in RAW. Any comments and advise will help, Thanks

Tags: City Night Landscape and travel Landscpae

Voters: 100018375, SandraKay, Briwooly and 1 more


3 May 2008 3:40PM
For a first start this is very good! I would really only touch up my ISO (up to 400/600) if I didn't have a triopd as this would allow me to move up a stop to balance out camera shake. RAW is a must if you want to manipulate your shot further, change the white balance, salvage or print on a large scale. I know from experience that the forums here can really guide in general shooting or low light conditions. Well done and Happy Shooting.

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SandraKay Plus
12 233 4 United Kingdom
3 May 2008 3:57PM
Effective colour. The composition works well as the rail leads the eye to the main subject, which is well-placed to the left of the frame rather than in the centre.
The only thing I would perhaps have changed composition- wise is perhaps to have cloned-out the tower above it. Well taken.
lostep3 11
3 May 2008 4:52PM
Thanks for the comments and advise. This forum is great, getting comments and advise will really help someone learn how to take great shots.
Briwooly Plus
14 454 6 England
3 May 2008 5:16PM
Well taken Shaun like above try to keep the ISO to a reasonable level 400 or below use a tripod and definitely take your pics in raw and then use something like CS3 or light room to do your processing


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