Wednesday, August 28, 2013

We should take more photos at night.

The night should not put a damper on our photograpy. Modern digital cameras are getting more light sensitive enabling more usable (even if not very sharp) photos. Here are three samples I took yesterday at Quezon city.

The first one is of Trinoma building, taken along EDSA. Unfortunate the window has a dark antiglare top.

ISO 1600, 1/30s, f3.2, focal length-6.3mm.

The second one is a night scene along Matalino Street, beside the Philippine Heart Center.

ISO 3,200 1/14s, f3.2, focal length-6.3mm

And our last photo is another scene highlighting the dynamic range of digital sensors/software.

ISO 3,200 1/8s, f3.2, focal-length-5.4mm.

All photos were taken with a Fujifilm HS25EXR , under EXR Auto Setting by the blog author, Dr. Ernesto Adorio

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