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Old 09-08-2008, 01:45 PM
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Re: Photographing Holiday Lights - show yours

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...but i was wondering would it be the same settings/method etc for taking photographs of lights at night time ( like lit buildings, landscapes, that sort of thing )


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It's still good to shoot at twilight (after sun sets and before total nightfall) and use a tungsten / incandescent light white balance if possible.

Remember - if you can relax and just enjoy practicing different shots, you'll find out which settings work best for you - that is the fun of digital if you have a bit of time that you can use to "play" with your camera. (fitting in dinner, dishes, kids, spouse, errands, chores, etc. PLUS playtime on RetouchPro.)
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