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Originally posted by darius19
I am going to be honest: As much as I want to believe you that looks like just some random lights to me. If you have your camera on nightvision at night and take pics of lights then they become blurry and distorted - and thats exactly what I see here. Sorry.
Originally posted by Blaine91555
The camera you are using is not capable of what you are trying to do. No amount of manipulation can bring out detail that does not exist. If you are serious you should take photography courses and be prepared to spend 5 figures or more on equipment. I recommend the Nikon D3X as it has by far the best nighttime capabilities. It shoots at impossibly high ISO's and can get great detail in the light of a single candle. About $5,000 for the Body and the lenses you need will be twice or more that amount. I say this to make the point that you are not to blame. Night shots require skill and money. Mostly money.
Those colorful attempts at playing with filters in peoples software may be interesting but they will not somehow produce information that is not in the original.
Your post sounds like you were excited about this. Reading here at ATS and objective observation don't always work well together.
Originally posted by Amber~
Okay pls don't listen to this guy who actually thinks he know's something! He must think ur trying out for Photography or something.....
I don't care what camera u have as long as you..take the pic...see something in the pic..... there is nothing that ADOBE photoshop can't do to help with the rest!