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i like the photo even with the tree . i tend to think someone mighta gotten annoyed if ya rocked up with a chainsaw and cut it down just to make the photo better, so i would maybe have moved up a bit to the right and excluded both tree and cabana, if it worries you.
The new line of Nikon cameras are really superior to most everything else on the market. Check out the rating for the D3200 vs Canon's new 70D and even the 5D MKIII:
The Middle weight D3200 score the same or better than the 5DMkIII in every category save the ISO vs Noise... which is to be expected give the FF vs DX sensor size. Against the 70D it just crushes it in performance and rubs salt in the wound with price.
Took this one of Friday... not completely happy with it, the high fog made seem'd to add some banding and light refraction (could be something else, not completely sure what it is) to the photo. Oh well it's still neat...
Oh and for settings f10, 55 seconds, 200mm and 100 ISO.
I suspect I should have increased my f-stop and reduced my shutter speed, still new to long exposure.
that is an awesome photo,
cant wait to get into the city lights again, not much around here but trees , so i have been experimenting did a 593 second shot just for the fun of it last night, night becomes day