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tecnica 26-12-2013 07:43 PM

the sky is glowing due to light pollution from the city lights. it is not overexposed.

using auto setting and under this kind of condition, the camera will meter(evaluative) for the dark sky + ground since they pretty much occupied the entire frame. this will cause the lights from the super tree to be blown/overexposed.

there is also little to no delineation between the elements within the frame, especially the first photo where all the trees are clumped up at the bottom. you need to compose the photo properly to accentuate the subjects which you want to bring out.

try shooting at an earlier timing, between 7 to 7.45pm. the royal blue sky will add interest to the photo and the dynamic range(light intensity between the brightest and the darkest points of the image) will be easier to manage.

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5441/8...8c3398ca_b.jpg
Quietude by t3cnica, on Flickr

Mach3.2 26-12-2013 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TrueBeliever_jh (Post 82237474)
i think you got better chance of hooting the camera than hitting 4d~

Realistically, once I start drawing in a regular stream of income...

The cost to jump to FF isn't cheap for someone without a regular stream of income...

Even buying a APSC camera is challenging already...

TrueBeliever_jh 26-12-2013 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mach3.2 (Post 82237512)
Realistically, once I start drawing in a regular stream of income...

The cost to jump to FF isn't cheap for someone without a regular stream of income...

Even buying a APSC camera is challenging already...

APS-C cameras prices came down quite a bit with the pressure from mirrorless..

i dunno if APS-C DSLR will go extinct or not though

Lycanista 26-12-2013 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sanbecky (Post 82237143)
Anyone knows wat is wrong??? Everyting is auto setting.... The colour looks off hoh, all my nite pic looks like this:

Just light pollution from the buildings?

Mach3.2 26-12-2013 07:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lycanista (Post 82237091)
Makes you wanna BBB the A7R also :s22::s22:

Just that the shutter is a tad too noisy.. :(

Yeah, shutter very loud.....

tecnica 26-12-2013 07:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mach3.2 (Post 82237512)
Realistically, once I start drawing in a regular stream of income...

The cost to jump to FF isn't cheap for someone without a regular stream of income...

Even buying a APSC camera is challenging already...

stay with your 650D and get the 10-22.

invest in filters and get yourself equipped first.

full frame can wait.

Mach3.2 26-12-2013 07:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tecnica (Post 82237713)
stay with your 650D and get the 10-22.

invest in filters and get yourself equipped first.

full frame can wait.

Will jump to FF if I tio 5Mil Toto..

Will buy everyone a lens also... :s13:

sanbecky 26-12-2013 07:57 PM

How to counter the light pollution?? If i dont wan the sky to be "glowing" how do i go abt doing it???

Lycanista 26-12-2013 07:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mach3.2 (Post 82237787)
Will jump to FF if I tio 5Mil Toto..

Will buy everyone a lens also... :s13:

Really?! :eek::eek:

I hope you tio 4D soon :s8:

TrueBeliever_jh 26-12-2013 07:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mach3.2 (Post 82237787)
Will jump to FF if I tio 5Mil Toto..

Will buy everyone a lens also... :s13:

:love::love::love:

tecnica 26-12-2013 07:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sanbecky (Post 82237829)
How to counter the light pollution?? If i dont wan the sky to be "glowing" how do i go abt doing it???

ask everyone to switch off their lights :vijayadmin:

not joking :vijayadmin:

Ghostleader5 26-12-2013 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tecnica (Post 82237502)
the sky is glowing due to light pollution from the city lights. it is not overexposed.

using auto setting and under this kind of condition, the camera will meter(evaluative) for the dark sky + ground since they pretty much occupied the entire frame. this will cause the lights from the super tree to be blown/overexposed.

there is also little to no delineation between the elements within the frame, especially the first photo where all the trees are clumped up at the bottom. you need to compose the photo properly to accentuate the subjects which you want to bring out.

try shooting at an earlier timing, between 7 to 7.45pm. the royal blue sky will add interest to the photo and the dynamic range(light intensity between the brightest and the darkest points of the image) will be easier to manage.

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5441/8...8c3398ca_b.jpg
Quietude by t3cnica, on Flickr

Wahhh..can technica korkor teach moi how to take pictures like this???

tecnica 26-12-2013 08:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ghostleader5 (Post 82237884)
Wahhh..can technica korkor teach moi how to take pictures like this???

here got many pros can teach you :vijayadmin:

Lycanista 26-12-2013 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sanbecky (Post 82237829)
How to counter the light pollution?? If i dont wan the sky to be "glowing" how do i go abt doing it???

No way to counter light pollution, maybe underexposing slightly or shooting during the blue hour will do the trick.

Unless you can ask everyone to turn off the lights :vijayadmin::vijayadmin:

Mach3.2 26-12-2013 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sanbecky (Post 82237829)
How to counter the light pollution?? If i dont wan the sky to be "glowing" how do i go abt doing it???

EMP the grid lor.

No electricity = no light = no light pollution.

Or...

Sexposure blending.


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