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Old 10-29-2009, 06:51 AM   #8
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Alright well i guess ill keep that advice in mind next time, as Joe said it will be all too easy to get night shots in the upcoming days, looking forward to those 4:30 sunsets.........
As for the pan shot, I resort to pans when there is not enough light for any other sort of shot. Ive tried in daylight, doesnt work for me even if i expose all the way down, i guess you need a ND filter for that.
Is there anyway the first shot (or rather the general lighting of the situation) is salvegable? I have a couple other takes of the scene that i may rework later if im in the mood. Also how does one avoid headlight glare on long exposures, just the low beam in this shot was getting out of hand at 5 seconds.
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