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    Golden Gate escape

    On the prior night to shooting my previously posted Golden Gate Bridge shot, I was at the other end of the bridge, later at night and captured this among other images.

    This was my 1st attempt with the new camera, and next time out I will definitely pay closer attention to my grid for alignment.

    I definitely have a few ideas for next time.

    Anyway.....

    Golden Gate escape

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    Re: Golden Gate escape

    Quote Originally Posted by Bm7b5 View Post
    next time out I will definitely pay closer attention to my grid for alignment.
    Nothing that can't be fixed in Photoshop in a few seconds (will do later if nobody else beats me to it)

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    Re: Golden Gate escape

    At the risk of being shot for duplication, your Golden gate looks a great candidate for Zooming shooting as with Brisbane's own landmark bridge.
    Regards Roxy
    Quote Originally Posted by Roxy View Post
    Hello crew .. here's a couple of shots which may interest some.

    A group of friends were on a night-time shoot recently, one showed us a bit of "zooming-shooting"
    It's easy as pie; just get a stable base or tripod for your camera with a mid-to-long zoom attached..small aperture (to facilitate a long exposure).. press shutter..manually twist zoom while lens is open.. Robert's your father's brother!


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    Golden Gate escape

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