Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Avillion

Mode : Starry Sky, exposure 15 secs (no tripod)
Around 9.45pm at Avillion Water Chalets, Port Dickson

10 comments:

yanty said...

That's a beautiful picture. This is the place that you stayed in PD? Man, if I've known, I would have driven there in the middle of the night :D Anyway, did you set your camera to any mode to shoot this pic? Although it might be a bit blurry if you blow it up, right?

piper said...

That's a beautiful picture. This is the place that you stayed in PD? Man, if I've known, I would have driven there in the middle of the night :D Anyway, did you set your camera to any mode to shoot this pic? Although it might be a bit blurry if you blow it up, right?

Wow2 said...

Hey u posted the photo that i say it was creative... a tripod will make the photo perfect ler... somemore got someone standing on the balconey...

photofool said...

wonderful night shot. 15 sec w/o tripod?

wmw said...

Piper-thanks, have added the specs under the photo. That will answer your question. Yeah, if you were to enlarge it, it will be blur.

wow2 - was lucky to get the shot of the person standing at the balcony. He/she must have been standing still for that 15 secs too. When I was taking the pic, it was rather dark, didn't realise the person was there.

photofool-Thanks! Yes, I took it w/o tripod. I rested myself against the balcony beams and breathed slowly. Was really perspiring! Ha ha...

photo-effe said...

What for a nice landscape!
I shot always in colours (settings aRGB and row files) after I convert with a plug in programm from Fred Miranda
you can simulate every filter effect
have an happy day

edwin s said...

What a wonderful shot to start a photoblog! The sky so drama! Just the way I like it!

Sidney said...

A nice night shot! I love the lights.

wmw said...

Photo-effe - thanks for the tips and compliment.

Edwin - Thanks. The moon was out that night and that cast the light in sky. I took a shot with the moon too but it was not sharp as I didn't have my tripod. You can view the other pic at this entry...the sky lagi more drama!
http://ugwug.blogspot.com/2006/08/avillion-port-dickson.html

Sidney - Thanks. Visited your blog, wow, your photos are great!

John said...

Hard work without a tripod isn't it. I do the same at night.. it certainly tests the stillness of your hands. Great shot.. you won!