|4th of January 2009 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: London, UK
I am probably gonna try and go out either tonight or tomorrow after work and get some nightscapes along the Thames.
I was wondering what settings I should use? When ever I have tried in the past I dont seem to be able to get them sharp and I am using a tripod. Any help is appreciated.
Canon 70-200 F4L
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|4th of January 2009 (Sun)||#2|
Horribly disfigured but learning to cope
Join Date: Dec 2007
Manual @ f/8.0
Shutter speed as required
If you can, manually focus
Remote shutter release or at worst use the self-timer
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Last edited by -g- : 4th of January 2009 (Sun) at 15:03.
|31st of January 2009 (Sat)||#3|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Definitely use manual, have a low F number, and a tripod is a bonus.
I shot some images at night in London last week and I was able to hand hold at 1/15 second on ISO 200/400, though the best ones were rested. If you need a good spot Westminster is fantastic.
Canon 500D, 17-55is
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