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Church Spire at night in Saint John, NB
Posted By: getmoresoon, 12-14-2006, 05:58 PM

K10D Manual Mode with FA50/1.4
Handheld 1/4 sec @ F4.0, ISO 400, Tungsten WB

Comments and critisisms welcomed.



I was pretty happy with the detail captured. Quite a step up for me from my FZ20.

The full res version can be found here: http://personal.nbnet.nb.ca/rdlittle/htmlcontent/dpreview/church_spire_at_night.jpg
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12-14-2006, 06:26 PM   #2
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I really like the angle of the shot.
This is right up my alley, as I love nightshots.

great photo, especially the fact that it is hand held

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I wonder what it would look like if you cropped the Hayward & Warwick sign off the right side...
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I think it loses something myself, but never be afraid to try something different right? :-)



I did try cropping it a bit more narrowly, but it looked odd. I suppose being digital and all, I could always "digitally erase" the sign. :-)

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I think you should retain the sign - it helps balance the photograph. I like it a lot.
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I agree, the sign helps the photo. The second crop looks way out of balance IMO.
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You're right, it does look odd with that crop. Thanks for trying it to satisfy my curiosity!
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