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#41
jason

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Wow, hope you post that photo :)

 its not a spectacular photo , like the ones you have , just a back yard experimental shot. i hope to get into the city this weekend to capitalize on the city lights. :)

 

 

Aperture:    f/10
Shutter Speed:    593.9s
Exposure Mode:    Manual
ISO Sensitivity:    ISO 100

Date Created:    19/10/2013 1:55:52 AM

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Absolutely wonderful. The water is sooooo milky and what a wonderful B&W conversion, Silver Efex Pro?



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Braved the cold last night!!

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Absolutely wonderful. The water is sooooo milky and what a wonderful B&W conversion, Silver Efex Pro?

 

 

No just lightroom mate.



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These are so cool. I really need to get out and try my hand at this. 



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How did I miss this thread?  So many awesome images!



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Wow, hope you post that photo :)


 

Not bad at all BonOlgirl. Was was you exposure time and aperture?

Thanks greatscott94! It was f/11, 25s, ISO200, 18-55mm@55mm AND with my adjustable HD filter.



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How did I miss this thread?  So many awesome images!

 

Thanks :)



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Excelent photo. You used a grey filter? And what settings did you use? What time was it?



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Here's a long exposure from the other night...

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I love that. 

 

Any details? How did you get the star effect from the lights? Just a very small aperture? 



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I love that. 

 

Any details? How did you get the star effect from the lights? Just a very small aperture? 

 

Exactly that alden, a small aperture (f18) and a 15 second shutter speed. This was of course tripod mounted with a Siuri Ball head and the shutter activated with the Yougnuo RF-603 trigger remotely (to reduce camera shake by not physically depressing the shutter button).



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A few more from my week off work...

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Cheers

 

Al Exif data can be found on my flickr page Scott Hemenway | Flickr



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My most recent long exposure...

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My most recent long exposure...

 

I haven't been paying attention to this thread, my mistake.  This is a very nice image.  



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these are outstanding photos and opened my eyes to a new technique that I am going to go out and explore. Thanks

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these are outstanding photos and opened my eyes to a new technique that I am going to go out and explore. Thanks

Very kind of you and can't wait to see your results.







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