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Old 08-11-2010   #51
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Here's my first proper attempt

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Old 08-11-2010   #52
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Old 08-11-2010   #53
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M-Hexanon 50/1.2:




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I'm loving this one! These are the kind of results I'm getting from that Rollei Pan 25 film in daylight. I'll have to try it at night.

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Old 08-12-2010   #55
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Thanks Pirate - that shot is actually taken on a digital rangefinder, but hope it still counts?!

I recently bought a cable release so I will try some more night photography soon

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Lots of possibilities at night.





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Old 08-12-2010   #59
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some really nice photographs in this thread.
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Old 08-12-2010   #60
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San Francisco. Bessa T hand held at 1/15th & 35mm f1.7 Ultron wide open.
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Old 08-12-2010   #61
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The view from my kitchen window in Hackney.
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I like that San Fran shot. I could never do 1/15 hand held... I've tried. 1/60 is as far as I can go without leaning against something.
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Old 08-12-2010   #64
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Love these Christopher!



Helen, this is a great shot!


So this thing got a name huh - "nightphotography" ?!

This is, what I love the most and do it mainly - don't like the light during the day:
Here is a small flickr set of some late shots, I uploaded on my fresh account "shanghai @ night".


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"rose" | M8.2 | 50 Lux


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I shoot all night handheld - tried to get used to a tripod on several occasions - never felt right, always got in the way.
I am not setting up, planning or shooting a scene over and over - I wander the night and shoot, what I see - you can't do that with tripods.
The Leica is great for that.

I used to use Nikon DSLRs for that, but somehow they miss the magic. I guess, it's the glass.
Great inspiration. Thanks for the details.
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I like dusk and night the best.


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Great shot. Did you push the ISO?
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I like that San Fran shot. I could never do 1/15 hand held... I've tried. 1/60 is as far as I can go without leaning against something.
I was leaning up against the SUV that I'd been driving...I took a few shots in the hope that one would be sharp.
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Voigtlander Bessa R4A + Color Skopar 21mm f/4


Voigtlander Super Wide-Heliar 15mm f/4.5 II on Epson R-D1


Canon 100mm f/3.5 LTM on Epson R-D1s

Cheers,
Wow, beautiful colors.
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Another with fireworks

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Great shot. How long was the shutter open?
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My first and untill now try. Delta 100@100, auto mamiya/sekor lens, 1.8, tripod and few seconds of exposures (guessed by me...). Their are not so good as the ones here, but I was a fun to do it.
Fireworks in S.John night celebration last year, seen from on of my house balconies!





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I rarely ever post images here, but even rarer than that do I venture out at night with a camera. Not my standard fare, but here you go.











Brilliant, Patrick. You should shoot at night more often....
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Here's my first proper attempt

Wow. You've got talent, ped. B-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l!!!
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Thanks Pirate - that shot is actually taken on a digital rangefinder, but hope it still counts?!

I recently bought a cable release so I will try some more night photography soon

Cheers
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I think it's prudent to practice on a digital camera as there is so much lost to error and chance during night photography. It's a great way to study and learn. Does anyone disagree?
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They're great. Are the fireworks of the Hudson River on the 4th?
What camera, film, exposure did you use, may I ask?
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My first and untill now try. Delta 100@100, auto mamiya/sekor lens, 1.8, tripod and few seconds of exposures (guessed by me...). Their are not so good as the ones here, but I was a fun to do it.
Fireworks in S.John night celebration last year, seen from on of my house balconies!





They're great, Rhodes My maiden voyage at night were with fireworks, too. You never know what you're going to get.
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