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    A valley at night

    I took this picture using a bench because I had no tripod at the time, so the law of thirds is not respected as in the other one "El valle de San Nicolas, Rionegro Colombia"
    I want to take more pictures of this place and now I hve a tripod, any suggestions are very welcomed,
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    A valley at night

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    Re: A valley at night

    Catalina, can you tell us a little more about how you shot this? Equipment used exposure time,aperture and shutter speed

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    Re: A valley at night

    Yes Catalina, you will need a tripod for long exposures like this and I'd recommend a shutter release to avoid camera shake as you press the shutter button. Take several bracketed exposures as the camera's metering system is easily fooled by the high contrast image. Make notes about which settings produce the best exposures to make setting the correct exposure easier next time you shoot. ...and have fun!

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    Re: A valley at night

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark von Kanel View Post
    Catalina, can you tell us a little more about how you shot this? Equipment used exposure time,aperture and shutter speed
    Hi Mark, you can usually find some free software that will read the EXIF data directly from most images that are posted here. I use Opanda http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/ but there are many others.

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    Re: A valley at night

    thanks Frank was wondering how you guys were doing that!

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