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Llandudno Bay after sundown.

 
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May 31, 2009 16:34 |  #1

Inspired by a previous post I went to shoot a sunset over Llandudno. However it was that pleasant I stayed till well after sundown. Not knowing much about exposure times and the effects I decided to play with the settings a little. The shot is a 4 sec exposure over the Bay.

IMAGE: http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd21/Motorelvis/Lanscapes/IMG_2224.jpg

I like it but what do you think and what could I have done differently to improve it??

This is the panoramic I took whilst I was there, with Anglesey and Penmaen head in the background.

IMAGE: http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd21/Motorelvis/Lanscapes/Llandudnopanoramic.jpg

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May 31, 2009 17:33 |  #2

4 seconds, but what ISO and aperture otherwise the time is irrelevant. Nice shot really like #1


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Jun 01, 2009 06:31 |  #3

Pretty. I never realised how many lights there are on the Orme.


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Jun 01, 2009 09:43 as a reply to  @ digidiva's post |  #4

Very nice photo - traffic trail leads you nicely into the image.
By the way, its Penmon rather than Penmaen :)




  
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Jun 03, 2009 18:50 |  #5

artyman wrote in post #8024034 (external link)
4 seconds, but what ISO and aperture otherwise the time is irrelevant. Nice shot really like #1

The ISO was at 100 and aperture of 4.5

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