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Help Please

I know it is slightly over-exposed, wondering why I got those reflections of the lights to the right of the Chrysler Building. Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!



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#1 Fri January 26, 2007 3:49am

Thanks Amanda. I was on the street a few blocks away and this was the first time I used my remote shutter release. Before I set the camera to manual later on in the evening (traffic light photos)I was letting it figure the time of the exposure like I did here. Regardless of the length of the exposure, almost all of my long exposure shots had some evidence of these reflections. As this was my first real foray into night photography without flash I do not know what is causing the reflections and I would very much like to avoid a reoccurence. I do not have or use photoshop, I aim to get it right when I open the camera's shutter. I used only one lens - a sigma 70-210mm, perhaps that is the problem? Or maybe I should have covered the eye piece? Still don't have any idea...
#2 Fri January 26, 2007 12:16pm

Oh My favorite building! Could see it out my front door when we lived in Gramercy Park. The lights look like an inverted reflection of the lights of the building...strange how it could do that..maybe it is a reflection from the lights bouncing off from another building...
#3 Wed January 31, 2007 4:01am

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