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Tai Viinikka

Wow. That is so striking. The blown-out lights really give it that otherworldly night feel. Did you do any noise reduction on this? I'm pondering a D70 for myself, and I definitely want to shoot at night a lot, so I'm trying to find out how well it handles dim light ... who really wants to carry a tripod everywhere?

tai

Pesce

Tbe B&W works really well for this composition, with so many brights and darks happening.

Chris

This was shot with a Coolpix 885 on a bicycle-mounted tripod head; my "bicycle camera". No noise reduction was applied.

nikondon

WOW great shot with a coolpix too makes me why I bought a pro camrea.

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