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    That's gorgeous Twig.
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    I think there was so much light in this photo it blacked out a spot on the camera...


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    With such a view you have, and being so close to the waterfront, I'm surprised you haven't gotten any sunrise/sunset photos across the water's surface, Dan.
    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malikyte View Post
    With such a view you have, and being so close to the waterfront, I'm surprised you haven't gotten any sunrise/sunset photos across the water's surface, Dan.
    They'd look horrible.. my cell phone doesn't take good photos without a lot of light!


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    It's interesting how much blue your camera phone picks up (or perhaps it's not picking up enough reds?). It probably takes gorgeous blue-water + blue-sky photos.
    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    Light goes through it

    I thought this was interesting the way the light went right through the frames and tinted the shadow red. It was strong sunshine coming in through the window.

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    This was at yellowstone nat'l park last year
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    sorry for the huge size of the photo
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    An extremely zoomed in, cropped, and lightened night-shot of one of my parent's garage door lamp-style lights. The bulb showing through one of the glass sections (the black on the right/left sides are the iron bars holding the glass panes) gave off a lovely, playfully colorful lighting that I just had to share:

    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    @ malikyte -- that looks like a Halloween mask
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    I did some experimenting this evening. It was almost dark outside, the palms had a very yellow streetlight shining on them (turtle lights) and the wind blew fairly strongly. I caught the movement of the lit palm fronts and it created these interesting light zigs. The colors are not manipulated. They came out of the camera like it.



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    I get the same effect you get at night (except I took it when it was pitch black out with street lights as the only "ambient" light). Everything gets a yellowish hue, I would gather from the luminosity of the lights themselves. I need to understand how to take proper night photography so the picture looks like what my eyes see. Actually, now that I look at your photos a bit more, that very well might be what you see! You also might have had a nice sky shot in that first picture. I like the 2nd one - what's that white on the main tree trunk?
    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    I have not taken proper night pictures yet either

    The "white" is the space between two tree trunks. Look closer, there is a larger one in the foreground and a smaller one behind it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Datura View Post
    The "white" is the space between two tree trunks. Look closer, there is a larger one in the foreground and a smaller one behind it
    Ah, now that I'm on my computer at work I can see it. The resolution on my personal laptop was too high for me to make it out (1920x1200).
    They say, "Practice makes perfect," yet they also say, "Nobody's perfect". I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malikyte View Post
    I get the same effect you get at night (except I took it when it was pitch black out with street lights as the only "ambient" light). Everything gets a yellowish hue, I would gather from the luminosity of the lights themselves. I need to understand how to take proper night photography so the picture looks like what my eyes see. Actually, now that I look at your photos a bit more, that very well might be what you see! You also might have had a nice sky shot in that first picture. I like the 2nd one - what's that white on the main tree trunk?
    You know, why do you not start a thread with this question in the Photography section? There are some real pros here to answer this for you. And if you do, put a link to it into this thread so people can discover it while looking at these posts here.
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    Morning Light

    When I took my walk this morning, I caught the sun painting a spot on the beach for just a minute.

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    ^I love those little pockets of light peeking through, and the color cast it imbues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandaggio View Post
    ^I love those little pockets of light peeking through, and the color cast it imbues.
    Yes, is was so nice to see. Just for a brief moment when the sun peeked out over the buildings. Then it was gone. The photo condensed it of course, so it became stronger, more focused

    It reminded me of a cast sculpture that had the high points polished by many people touching it.
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    Lights Acting Funny

    I was experimenting taking a night shot - with long exposure - when the tripod wont tighten the camera vertically as it should. I got mad and shook the camera - vertically - while taking the shot. Here's the result:


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    eeeerie
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    Indicator Light Of My Iron

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    This Evening At The Island Pier

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