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Wheres your shots from wakefield matsuri?! Post them up!

 

Last re-edited one shot HDR is clean mate. Good work. Much more natural and personally i think looks 1000 times better.

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Looks much betterer... and kinda natural!

 

M

 

Thankyou :thumbsup:

 

 

Wheres your shots from wakefield matsuri?! Post them up!

 

Last re-edited one shot HDR is clean mate. Good work. Much more natural and personally i think looks 1000 times better.

 

I have a few on flickr from the matsuri, most went up on National Driftographic.

 

i will have to agree that im slowly getting over the whole HDR thing, i have realised that HDR has a time and place for those awkward exposure shot only

 

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Enjoy :thumb:

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Titty is a shop in Japan... its a chain...

 

their logo looks like this...

 

M

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Titty is a shop in Japan... its a chain...

 

their logo looks like this...

 

M

 

so what does "titty" sell in japan??

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clothes nothing more...

 

M

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nice... steady hand, if you look at the lights high in the right hand corner, you can see the drag of the light, as the line is nice and straight, it means your pan was the same...

 

what camera / lens you using??

 

M

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nice... steady hand, if you look at the lights high in the right hand corner, you can see the drag of the light, as the line is nice and straight, it means your pan was the same...

 

what camera / lens you using??

 

M

 

Thankyou, this was one shot out of about 200 at night that came out, lol

 

i was using D7000 + Sigma 70-200mm OS

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Cool... great work!

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