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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, Jul 7, 2010.
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Bikes at rest after a long day.
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Output from a Go Pro 4 Silver:
Not bike related at all. I had to do a presentation in Independence, Iowa, and there is this cool old mill there called the Wapsi Mill. A friend and I set up and waited for the setting sun. We had about 30 seconds of color as the sun set on an otherwise crappy and grey day. I'm pretty happy with the end result, which is a combination of a sky shot and a five-minute exposure of the water using a 10-stop ND filter.
That one needs a frame Dave.......!!
Saguaros at night
Experimenting at Joshua Tree
How did you come up with a 10-stop ND? Do you remember what the scene metered initially? Love the result.
A 10-stop is what I had: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/752927-REG/B_W_1066177_77mm_110_Solid_Neutral.html I think the water picture was 5 minutes, 1600ISO, f/5.6. Normal exposure would have been 1600, f/5.6, 1/4 sec.
Borrego Springs Sculptures, early morning... Not technically a night shot...
Playa El Faro, Cuajinicuilapa, Guerrero, Mexico.
Best I could give you this morning, 0436, sitting at the polling location. First in line, lazy bums ;-) Bike out back, they wouldn't approve of it on the porch.
White Sands NM
Pentax K-x, lens - SMC Pentax-FA 20mm F2.8, set at f/4, 30s, ISO 1600, post in LR not stacked single frame shot