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Graham88
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26th May 08 at 20:01   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote





















Got in an argument with the Police over the Dartford Bridge one, he was saying we (was with a mate) couldn't take photo's of it because it's a terrorist target. Little did he know it was on a 30 second shutter speed whilst I we were talking

And the night club one the bouncers and manager came running up to us (we were in a multi storey car park oppisite) asking why we were taking pictures of us and I felt proper threatened by a few hench guys

It's all good.

[Edited on 26-05-2008 by Graham88]
Whittie
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26th May 08 at 20:03   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

2nd to last?

Was it a little peddle bike?

Good pics mate, 2nd and 3rd are brilliant
James_H
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26th May 08 at 20:04   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

'mazing photos!


Wish i could do them

EDIT: What camrea do you use and could you teach me

[Edited on 26-05-2008 by jahunt]
Scotty_B
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quote:
Originally posted by Graham88






Love the light of the motorbike verying off to the right.

The street lights have produced that nasty orange glow as they always do, maybe some PP to balance out the colours would yield even better results.
Matt L
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quote:
Originally posted by CorSRi_BT
Love the light of the motorbike verying off to the right.

The street lights have produced that nasty orange glow as they always do, maybe some PP to balance out the colours would yield even better results.


what do you mean by PP?
Lawrah
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Love them
Whittie
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quote:
Originally posted by Matt L
quote:
Originally posted by CorSRi_BT
Love the light of the motorbike verying off to the right.

The street lights have produced that nasty orange glow as they always do, maybe some PP to balance out the colours would yield even better results.


what do you mean by PP?


I'm not 100% sure, but i'm guessing paintshop pro?

AndyKent
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Post Processing
Whittie
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Ah fair enough
Graham88
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Cheers guys

Yeah I think I need to get a photo editing program. Any suggestions?
AdZ9
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Adobe Photoshop
Graham88
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I've got that already so
Scotty_B
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quote:
Originally posted by Graham88
I've got that already so


Why ask then?
Graham88
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quote:
Originally posted by CorSRi_BT
quote:
Originally posted by Graham88
I've got that already so


Why ask then?


Somebody mentioned something about a RAW editor yesterday so I thought it might not be the best program.
Scotty_B
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quote:
Originally posted by Graham88
quote:
Originally posted by CorSRi_BT
quote:
Originally posted by Graham88
I've got that already so


Why ask then?


Somebody mentioned something about a RAW editor yesterday so I thought it might not be the best program.


Oh
Rob E
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nice shots mate I havent done any long traffic exposures in ages. Did you build up the traffic at all using mulitiple shots? I made this picture from three different shots

Graham88
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Nope it was all one shot mate.

How do you build it up? Just later the images and change transparency or something?
mattk
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was gonna say, how do you lot get such a weight of traffic at this time of year? its only dark at 9 - 10 pm and when I go its always dead, sounds like multiple shots are the way
Rob E
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all you have to do is lock off the camera and take multiple photos. you can then import them into a photoshop document as different layers and just adjust the transparency of each layer to round about 60%
mattk
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imagine taking one in the day, waiting for it to go dark then taking one of the lights, then merging them so the light trails were going past in the day
mikenoncorsa
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What settings do you use??

Amazing pics BTW!!
Graham88
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quote:
Originally posted by mattk
imagine taking one in the day, waiting for it to go dark then taking one of the lights, then merging them so the light trails were going past in the day

Wouldn't really work in the day as it'd let too much light in.

quote:
Originally posted by mikenoncorsa
What settings do you use??

Amazing pics BTW!!

30 seconds shutter speed on most of them, 100 ISO.
Hoddo
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quote:
Originally posted by Graham88
quote:
Originally posted by mattk
imagine taking one in the day, waiting for it to go dark then taking one of the lights, then merging them so the light trails were going past in the day

Wouldn't really work in the day as it'd let too much light in.

quote:
Originally posted by mikenoncorsa
What settings do you use??

Amazing pics BTW!!

30 seconds shutter speed on most of them, 100 ISO.


get a remote switch and a dark stretch of road and you can expose for a lot longer and reds seem redder

also adobe photoshop has a raw editor integrated. cs3 is the best for it as it has the latest updates as regards to different camera raw files
Hoddo
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posted these before, but as its a dedicated thread:













Graham88
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quote:
Originally posted by Hoddo
get a remote switch and a dark stretch of road and you can expose for a lot longer and reds seem redder

also adobe photoshop has a raw editor integrated. cs3 is the best for it as it has the latest updates as regards to different camera raw files


I'll have to try and get hold of a copy of that then as I've got Elements 3.0

Hoddo I love them, a very well lit area!

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