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July 10, 2012 - 23 went

D3 Denver Dinner Dark - Skyline at Night

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Added by Kristal K.
on Jul 11, 2012.
 

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  • Kristal K.

    To everyone who attended tonight's Meetup, I hope you had a good time and got a few awesome shots! Please feel free to post your work here and leave comments. I look forward to seeing everyone's images. Kristal

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  • bob d.

    Kristal, Nice shot! How did you get the starburst effects on all the streetlights. Very Nice!

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  • Ralph L.

    I should let Kristal speak for herself, should come with long exposures naturally.

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  • Kristal K.

    Hi Bob, I did a long exposure at F22 to get the starbursts. As Ralph said it might come with long exposures naturally, but I'm not so sure about that. Glad you made it last night. I enjoyed seeing and chatting with everyone. Our Meetup group is turning into a fun community!

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  • Andy J.

    Bob, Ralph, and Kristal, the short answer is that it depends on the number of blades in the aperture ring on your lens, the star points only appear at the smaller apertures. Here's a really good link for the long explanation: http://www.cameratechnica.com/2011/02/24/how-to-create-and-avoid-starburst-highlights/

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  • Kristal K.

    Thanks for the information Andy Johns! I will need to study that!

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  • Ralph L.

    Andy, thanks for the science. Love to get to the truth.

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  • bob d.

    ThanksAndy Johns, for providing the technical answer to my StarBurst Question. We're fortunate to have your level of expertise in the group. I wonder how may of you in last Tuesdays group now know how many blades are in the aperture ring of your cameras. My Nikon D90 has Seven!

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