Nice exhaust tips! I know almost nothing about photography, and I'm sure I couldn't do as well as you did, so I won't pass any judgement. My only suggestion would be perhaps use a slightly longer exposure time?
Also, where did you find such a clean carpark? All the ones around here are covered in oil stains and used condoms...
Friday, December 29, 2006 - 10:49 pm, by: Tref Abbott(Tref)
I've not done a lot of night photography with a digital camera, but have had some good results from dear old film cameras. Next time, try taking shots when it's rained (not actuallt still raining though). The reflections really make the difference.
If you can then really extend the shutter, you'll get the tail lights of other cars as a long beam of red. Cars comin towards you have long beams of white (headlights) but don't use flash. Make sure you use either a tripod or something solid to rest the camera on. (all as long as you can keep shutter open for a few seconds with your digital cam) if you can, the colours really stand out!