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Kan Win

Night Shots, Outdoor In Thailand

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Hi Folks,

Anyone into outdoor Night shots in Thailand?

I have some like this one and a few more as a starter for 10............................w00t.gif

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and there are these as well

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Supanburi

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Thank you Win.....once again you set the bar so high that us mere mortals cannot compete.

Please continue to show us your amazing work.

I have an unfortunate disease......once the sun goes down, and it gets dark, no matter how good a camera I have, my brain cells seem to go on strike for some unknown reason and I find it difficult to take advantage of the amazing surroundings that I can see.

Cheers.

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last night of the very first time... the bird that flew me away..... mellow.png

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Don Mueang 2004

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a couple from the nightly grand finale parade, Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2006...

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( ^ lights from Doi Kham Temple, upper right.. not a flying ufo wing ..wink.png)

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Chiang Mai

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geeezzz ... ok dumb question ... what mode and settings do u guys use to get such great shots ??

my night time photos suck even more than my day time photos !!

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Thanks Win just gave me an excuse to get out tonight smile.png

This forum already had me up at sunrise, to get some pics of a local swamp for the water post.But on getiing there the light was awful, and the resident buffalo was far from happy to see me and the dog so we had to leg it literally smile.png

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Phuket Vegetarian festival

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Ciaran Mc: Better photographers might give better answers. I use a lot of cameras automatic shots. Sometimes abuse the predefined 'Starry sky' settings (15 sec) to take night shots in the night.

Steady camera is a must. I'm thinking of making an baseball size sandbag to lay down the camera for the times I don't wish to take tripod with me.

Sandbag/beanbag is a handy thing to have with you at night. Handy for tops of walls, car doors etc. :)

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It seems Kan Win and I were at the Kanchanaburi light and sound festival at the same time!

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