Shooting in the dark

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bfitzgerald
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Re: Shooting in the dark

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Interesting shots, I always liked the Tokina lens (still have it)
I should do more night shots, not done anything for ages
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Thanks Barry. I really like the lens, especially at night. My only problem is that recently the AF quick working all together with the lens. Not sure why. It just goes to a spot where nothing is in focus and says it's good to go. It's the only lens I have that does that.
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Here's a couple of more shots I took this weekend.

Sony A77ii, Tokina 11-16 @ 11, f/5 ISO 800, 13 sec.
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Sony A77ii, Tokina 11-16 @ 11, f/6.3, ISO 50, 969 sec. (16 min. 9 sec.)
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Jeff,
Amazing shots,

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Thanks Sury!
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