Low Light - Low ISO

Challenge #12 in the Our World and Beyond series. Hosted by JamesD28.
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When the sun goes down, most of us will ramp up the ISO speed on our cameras to gather as much light as possible. However, we all know that the best, cleanest results come from keeping the ISO down to a minimum. So grab a tripod, set a slow shutter speed, and capture a low light/night scene with a low ISO setting. Be creative and have fun.
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St Paul's Bay at night
by anisah
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In Malta, showing the Gillieru Harbour Hotel and Fish Restaurant, the church that stands behind it and the growing number of apartment blocks in the area, as well as some boats moored. In the absence of a tripod the camera was resting on a large, thick paperback book on top of a concrete post.
Submitted: Tuesday, 10th June, 2014 05:24 (GMT)
Taken: Tuesday, 20th May, 2014
Focal length: 55 mm
Shutter speed: 30 sec
Aperture: F16
ISO: 200
Notes: Camera set to self timer 10 secs to avoid any shake; cropped, resized & very minimal correction.
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