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I'm from Denmark - but nice try.


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I'm from Denmark - but nice try.
I totally blew the momentum.


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Wow, I've never see London look so nice at night... Are the stars really that visible or is it some sort of effect you've managed to pull off?
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Wow, I've never see London look so nice at night... Are the stars really that visible or is it some sort of effect you've managed to pull off?

I'll take that as a compliment haha

They're always there, they just have to be captured properly which is a real pain in the ass.
The photo is really 11 photos blended together. The Thames and tower bridge are 3 exposures each and the sky is 5 exposures shot with a high ISO 0:

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I'll take that as a compliment haha

They're always there, they just have to be captured properly which is a real pain in the ass.
The photo is really 11 photos blended together. The Thames and tower bridge are 3 exposures each and the sky is 5 exposures shot with a high ISO 0:

The shot of tower bridge was shot 2 days ago at 4am 0:
It's definitely a compliment! lol. I'd love to be able to take Architectural or night sky photos half as good as those!

I recently bought a Nikon D3000, and I still haven't even figured out what ISO represents, lol, so apologies, I'm not sure what you meant with that description!
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It's definitely a compliment! lol. I'd love to be able to take Architectural or night sky photos half as good as those!

I recently bought a Nikon D3000, and I still haven't even figured out what ISO represents, lol, so apologies, I'm not sure what you meant with that description!
You can! It just comes with practice! I'm an interior photographer for a living, but I have a passion for landscapes but there isn't any money in that section of photography


Ahh the D3000 is a very nice camera! Congratulations!
Nikon has a nice line up of lenses

I primarily shoot with a Canon 550D for zoom shots and a Canon 5D for wide angle shots


You'll learn to figure everything out in time!
There's quite a lot of terminology so it takes time just understanding that
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Wow, those are seriously beautiful. I don't know much about photography but I love these, such lovely work! <3
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Wow, those are seriously beautiful. I don't know much about photography but I love these, such lovely work! <3
Thanks MissMisa! I'm glad you like them, especially since you live in England!
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