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18-09-12, 06:44 AM
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Too little light

At what point does it become too dark to take an interesting photograph? With cameras with high iso, the question really becomes *How early do you want to get up and take photographs?*

I took this at 5:30ish, just to see how noisy it would be. And actually, I quite like it.

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18-09-12, 01:43 PM
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Re: Too little light

I would agree Gaz - you can get interesting and varied shots at night, especially with long exposures
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