I’m not sure exactly what it’s called, but you can set the flash to fire at the END of the exposure rather than the beginning (which I think is the normal setting). Maybe it’s called a rear sync flash? Definitely use a sturdy tripod,
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Thanks for all the great feedback everyone. This was a 7 sec shot I believe. (Don’t have my computer on me now as I’m still traveling and on limited power). lt was the most incredible lightning storm I’ve ever seen, with strike frequency and
I don’t remember the exact roads but think it’s off road 211 (Lee highway). Going into the park it’s about a 20 minute drive from the main gate. It’s great! During the summer I shot the meteor shower and the Milky Way was spectacular.
I love this! I tried taking this shot a couple weeks ago, but it turned out that my ’08 Camry gives a bumpy ride! Edit: youre grammer is gooder then mines
Here you go mate! I made a gallery here with 3 different resolutions including one that is 1920×1080 (I had to crop it a bit as it didn’t support the original image) BOXYFACE Wallpaper Sizes Enjoy!
I was just there last week, didn’t bother hike up there with the bridge out. There is 100 other waterfalls in the area, though not as high as this one.
It’s not that difficult. Here is a tutorial and some inspiration: http://blog.topazlabs.com/double-exposure-aneta-ivanova/ Just make sure that the person is dark and the background rather light. This will make it easier in Photoshop. Taking a picture in front of a window is the easiest way
What I don’t understand is this exposure is almost 4 hours long. Why isn’t everything (especially the tree) just pure white? I understand it’s night time, but wouldn’t everything eventually just be way over exposed? Also, how do you go about taking a 4
Thanks for the feedback. I was not going for realism as much as I wanted to capture a mood, but if the picture looks too processed I have more to learn. What would you change to make it look less shopped? The long exposure
I am absolutely loving my A7r. pro shooter that switched from a 5Dmk3, and haven’t looked back. The sony Exmor sensors are miles ahead of anything canon has as far as DR is concerned. Things I would have had to bracket at 5 shots
I’m guessing this isn’t original content, as this photo has been pretty recognized on Flickr for a few years now, so OP won’t know. However this was taken with a d80. 124s is really close to 2m and I’m guessing the photographer was using
basically they reblog images they find pretty usually with a theme (I.e. space, abandoned buildings, 90’s hip hop etc.) And then they are followed by lots of different people so the photos end up on art, fandom, or personal blogs. If you do it
If you shoot in raw and then correct the white balance it could probably look normal. The orange looks cool, but it won’t be everyones cup of tea, I’ve shot a night under streetlights, which are a really orange colour, white balance correction made
So I posted this somewhere else a few seconds ago: “So I’ve got a non-DSLR camera that’s basically just a high end point/shoot with a DSLR sensor. ([Sony DSC HX100V](http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Cyber-Shot-DSC-HX100V-Digital-Vario-Tessar/dp/B004H8FND0)). Whenever I expose for longer than ~3 seconds, it takes a while to process,
Oh okay. It just seems lots of people on Reddit nowadays are very sarcastic, and.. Okay. Well, anyways to /u/HastilyDoneAd it was taken with a Canon 5D, Oly 24/2,8, ISO640, and a 20 sec. exposure.
I know what switchbacks are for, but look at the trees, they generally grow straight up. There ain’t much of a hill to necitate that. I can see why the first one, but it seems a bit excessive.
Another option like your football suggestion would be these [glow-in-the-dark](http://www.discstore.com/sites/default/files/discraft-ultra-star-profile-glow-glowing.jpg) and [light-up](http://www.discstore.com/sites/default/files/blue-nite-ize-flashflight-185g-lightup.jpg) Ultimate Frisbees. My friends and I own a few and they look awesome on their own, but I bet they’d make a pretty sweet light trail for this kind of shot.
I found the photo on the [photographer’s Flickr Page](http://www.flickr.com/photos/salomonsen/4998417812/) and there is no Exif data so I am unsure what he used to get this shot
Hong Kong’s air quality is actually pretty ok for a city of this size. If this picture was taken recently, it’s been super misty at night and in the morning, and pretty cloudy during the days.
I have to admit, at first I saw your photos and thought it was odd how you were always dodging questions about how it was done. But now I get it. If others want to be as inventive and creative as you, *then* they
Have tried the same thing for many times but my endless enemy is the vibrations so i can’t pass any of my photos. So i have tried to battle it with rear flash sync to sharpen the interior more. Thanks for the rundown how
aw damn i literally just bought one. also question while you are here, do you directly manage all of the email accounts for bitbanger labs? like i sent you an email about a broken lense on my pixel stick, were you the one i
Yeah, I only spent a couple days there and tried to get a good spread — ZN, AvR, CECUT, a bit of ZR. I stayed at AvR and Coahuila so El Museo was nice and close. Though all the food I had in TJ
Alrighty, so this picture was taken when it was nearly pitch black outside. You may be wondering, “Well it looks bright!”, and that’s because i set my set the my shutter to open for 10 seconds and my f stop to 4.5, which means