I also do star trails (not this quality, of course). Some cameras have a built in setting to continuously take photos, however most don’t. You can buy an intervalometer. They are relatively inexpensive. I think I paid $12 for mine online. They are pretty
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This doesn’t really count because you cut off much of the image. I think the point is that it would have been preferred to have it straight, and with all the spires visible. However I know from another thread that OP has his back
No filter was used. Just shot with a 60D and a 24-105 f/4L lens at ISO 250, 24MM, and f/5. 🙂
Thanks! It’s taken from the back of a yacht which was swinging in an arch when on anchor. The swinging is what gives you the horizontal trails. The wiggling the trails is just the slight motion of the waves on both the boat the
Haha, usually between a half hour and multiple hours, depending. Check out our [Processing](https://miketaylorphoto.smugmug.com/Workshops/Processing) page for a handful of Before & Afters with EXIF, etc. If I’m blending a few different shots it takes longer, and if it requires a few different layer masks
It was about 3 or 4 feet higher than normal and was absolutely raging, not a large river though, plenty of small rivers here in Ireland. Edit: It is also the 2nd biggest river in Dublin apparently, so there you go!
It is definitely scenic, but I think it is the only possible way up there. There are many obstacles left and right of the road that you can’t see from up where the picture was taken. I’d definitely recommend driving up (or down) there,
He’s a damn talented fella is Mr Pearson. His light painted dinosaur series is especially skillful.
i think he knew full well that the moon would look like that and intended it. i think it’s perfect the way it is, and yet seannyOC’s up top is pretty damn good, too. His just seems a bit photoshopped. not that that is
Thanks! Yes, the light from the window suggests it´s daylight outiside but it´s not, it´s just because of the long exposure. The funniest part with this exposure is that the guy who navigates the copter isn´t seen on the picture. So if you see
Maybe I’m just odd, but cropping to the left in my opinion would close the picture in too much. I’m more of a video person, but there is a rule in video where you should give a person head space in the direction their
I honestly like it. I’m not a huge fan of extreme HDR photography but when done right, it can look nice. This one has a bit of a dreamy look to it. Any chance you would mind explaining how you did it? How many
Uh sorry I didn’t reply earlier. I can’t remember the exact settings and I’m already in bed right now lol. It’s not an exact science anyway, but the idea is to have the blue from the sky spill over the color noise, while at
I quite like this composition, very good work. I don’t know how to view the EXIF data through imgur (is such a thing possible?) — would you be willing to share the exposure settings, aperture, ISO, body+lens, etc.?
I thought I’d try to get a harder contrast, but I think I over-did it (I suck at this kind of stuff) View post on imgur.com also double jpg’d, but that’s what imgur does to you
Can OP or someone else explain the process for this? I have done plenty of long exposures but when I try to replicate something similar to this the clouds just merge and become grey. I don’t get the contrast in the sky. Does it
Here are a few [other examples](http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=trollstigen&FORM=HDRSC2), some of which show the viewpoint the image was (probably) taken from.
Nice photo! Such a beautiful area, especially Krakow itself, and such interesting history too!
My guess would be holding a light but covering it while spraying something that will reflect the light.
I was totally stunned when I learned about blue herons. Apparently they only live in the US. Here in Europe we only have grey and silver (actually white) herons. But beautiful and elegant birds they are! 🙂
I don’t get why everyone is so upset. These photos are awesome and pretty unique. The dude made his own machine that slowly zooms in over a few hours. It’s not something you can just go buy. He knows his shit, he built something
Thanks! This was from a few years back so I don’t remember exactly, but I’m pretty sure these were multiple strikes. It was going off like crazy and I captured a lot of shots that were really over and under exposed. This particular shot
To be honest, i don’t know. My guess: The scene was really dark and the cars were going fairly fast and were only in the picture for maybe 8 seconds. You can see the gleam of the right car along the wall and also
Must have been at least two exposures, though. The moon would be utterly, utterly overexposed. Also would be a trail in the night sky, as it moves rather quickly.