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Nov 06, 2006 01:37 |  #1

It was cold as hell outside tonight.

#1 i should have bumped the aperture up a stop or 2 to brighten it up a little more.

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Nov 07, 2006 15:12 |  #2

93 views, and not a single post. Sheesh.

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Nov 07, 2006 15:19 as a reply to  @ MJ23FE's post |  #3

Its very dark. Is this what you saw when you looke at the scene?


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Nov 07, 2006 15:22 |  #4

weka2000 wrote in post #2230779 (external link)
Its very dark. Is this what you saw when you looke at the scene?

Pretty much, since i was working with Moonlight for the first one. Second came out the way i saw it.
Both look like they could have benefitted from being bumped up a stop or so.

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Nov 07, 2006 17:30 |  #5

MJ23FE wrote in post #2230796 (external link)
Pretty much, since i was working with Moonlight for the first one. Second came out the way i saw it.
Both look like they could have benefitted from being bumped up a stop or so.

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Try it again this time with different settings. Our eyes adjust to everything, our cameras have to be set and its learning what the settings are. Also shoot in RAW as this will give you more flexibility


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Nov 08, 2006 01:51 |  #6

Interesting idea, but a bit too dark...lots of detail lost. Start adding EC in 1/3 stops until you are satisfied with the detail level.


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