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- September 2, 2009 at 6:09 pm #263900
feedback on these shots.. Pegi pls post
Nothing much to view from the shot..pegi was there for HDR but i am more toward testing my camera body..
no pp.. direct from raw..actually i wish both of us use landscape to compare the camera body.. couple with same exposure and subject becos i want to see how far my camera can take..and pegi one as well..both entry level camera model..but lets settle for this for awhile..
The first shot which i think it looks closer to the scene and the second one we both agreed to test using Aperture 11..sorry abit slated..i cant shot well look straight onto the building
Thanks guys and gals
DSC04900.JPGSeptember 2, 2009 at 6:36 pm #299385
Here’s my pic for your comparison. No pp just resize from raw file.
compare.jpgSeptember 2, 2009 at 6:58 pm #299387
thanks Babegi, my 2nd shot focal length also 20mm, f/11 and i exposure it for 6 sec, ISO 200.
Think yr shot is sharper and color towards cooler tone..
u got the twin tower one?September 2, 2009 at 7:20 pm #299391
twin tower version, resized from raw file, no pp.
compare2.jpgSeptember 3, 2009 at 2:09 pm #299476
Hi Pegi, mine was exposed for 20sec, f/11,iso 200, auto white balance..hmm i missed 15sec…
by the way as discussed, our moon will be overexposed..need to take the moon and the building at different exposure then merge them..if we want to see the close scene..i posted one moon shot i took separately..
do u find my images toward warmer tone.. and i checkout..same exposure mine cannot capture the street light like starburst..
nontheless.. the type of lens use and not only the body.. have to factor in and the one who took the shot..so much to find out..
ok hope to use land landscape or portrait next round..to find out more about our differences..i meant the camera
DSC04922.JPGSeptember 3, 2009 at 6:45 pm #299527
i think the colour tone got sth to do with the white balance, mine was set to daylight.
as to why your image dun have starburst streetlight, i oso dunno why
your moon shot is very nice!
will continue your quest for finding out our camera differences at next available opportunity! Till then keep exposing!
pegiSeptember 4, 2009 at 12:15 pm #299563
Thanks Babegi for spending time on this "project" with me..
lets see wat we can find out more abt our gear..September 4, 2009 at 1:16 pm #299572peacefuldoveMember
Looks like you two girls are having fun!September 4, 2009 at 6:58 pm #299607
we have too much free time on our hands!
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