Yeah, the effect was made zooming in (or out) during the exposure. The image appears in the [National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2015](http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2015/06/2015-national-geographic-traveler-photo-contest/395537/). The photographer is Tatiana Clauzet, and her description is: > This photo was taken in the Brazilian Cerrado of the amazing
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So – to anyone more familiar with Reddit: Is this the best spot to post some of my photos? Not really understanding the Earth vs Water vs Sky designations in other spots & I enjoyed all the feedback here so I’ll probably do more.
I went for a BW110. It’s a 10 stop ND filter. I chose a strong filter so as to be able to go for long exposure day shots. Spending money on a 2 or 4 stops at first may be disappointing because during the
I would as well. Almost bought an 82 320i a few years ago, and regret not getting nearly everyday.
It allows the camera to function as if it were fitted with a ND Filter. The ND Filter allows you to add much longer shutter speed to photos where you would normally be forced to have a fast shutter speed. The only problem I
Wonderful! There’s nothing wrong with feathery waterfalls, stars and traffic light trails but after a while they do start to blur together. This is a really refreshing change and I think you got the exposure time just right.
I think leds are kind of cheezy unless you do something really really cool with them. the only thing ive come close to with that is when my friend ran through one of my pictures with one when i told him not to. http://imgur.com/hFwyx
The shot itself isn’t too bad just a bit under exposed. Shoot at a higher ISO or rather a longer exposure time. Make sure the horizon is straight and when editing don’t go to harsh on the saturation and lighten up the shadows and
Not really. I just cleaned the car and suction cup really well. It was pretty straight forward. As for angles, just experiment. I used the WiFi/App to preview each angle before I decided on the final one.
TIL there’s a place called Woolloomooloo Bay located in Sydney. I dont really know where I’m going with that.. My name is Sydney… and I think I like the world Woolloomooloo….
I actually told my friend what I was looking for months ahead of taking this and when he was out on a bike ride one day he sent me a picture saying ‘will this do’. So we went there that night and played around.
After some digging, it appears my filter has a neutral density of 5.0. Which if my seriously uneducated guess is even close, puts it at 16 stops. Maybe that is too dark. Or maybe an hour long exposure in daylight could be pretty cool.
A lower f stop widens the aperture, which means more light can get into the sensor. That allows you to shorten the exposure time, or lower the ISO (reduce the graininess). But a lower f-stop setting also means you will have a lower depth
it’s all about the noise levels, after a certain amount the sensor just gets too sensitive. You can safely leave it open for a long time, but past a minute or two and it will not be good quality.
Ok…. Acquisition details…. I shot this photo in The Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa Co. This is a panoramic of 10 photos stitched together in PS6 I planned this trip when the conditions would be right for a moon lit dune night and
I live in Australia, so we get pretty dark skies a few hours away from major towns and cities. I am an astrophotographer so I have had the awesome pleasure of witnessing this personally, in some of the darkest night skies and best conditions
This. This I like. In fact it just became my background. Kudos.
[5760 x 3840](http://i1.wp.com/image.thenewslens.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/0126-hk-blue2.jpg) And here, enjoy some more [visually similar images](https://www.google.com/search?tbs=simg:CAES2wEa2AELEKjU2AQaAggBDAsQsIynCBphCl8IAxIn6hXvFZQLmAvpFcwBrAMWyAHJAZEq6CjKOKEqpSrePqIqtjejN7s3GjCKShdo8ljkbdLIp8Ou8GlWCU2ay_1fXuiCoc3UtRCS51wXWwifhS6niCJ7Lo8NGj-sgAgwLEI6u_1ggaCgoICAESBM0JPFwMCxCd7cEJGkcKDAoKYXRtb3NwaGVyZQoXChVnZW9sb2dpY2FsIHBoZW5vbWVub24KCwoJbW9vbmxpZ2h0CgoKCHN1bmxpZ2h0CgUKA3NlYQw&q=noctiluca+scintillans&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiKrLDyxc_JAhUCQSYKHWFrBQEQsw4ILQ&biw=1600&bih=781)
This is absolutely amazing and awesome. Those letters are perfect! And that little shimmer along the top point of the A… I just love this!
if you have a D-SLR or an iphone or an SLR you can do this, for D-SLR(digital single lens reflex. i don’t know how much you know about cameras) or SLR(same thing only film instead of digital, you can get them decently cheap if
Use more ND and a larger aperture, the things that aren’t moving will look sharper. I try to limit my aperture to 11 or so. Also, you got some lens flare there in the left middle, kind of hard to avoid, but you can
No, I don’t ride with them on cause it’s technically illegal. I bought the bike used and the previous owner had installed them. I’ll just turn them on now to show friends or for pictures.
We’ve had a mod try and crop it to our dimensions for the banner it did not come out properly and because distorted. Also we would not change it immediately because we did just have a contest to change the banner which is why
Beautiful location, excellent choice of vantage point and fantastic composition, but unfortunately the photographer betrays his huge talent with his lack of technical and post production skills… Look at the headlamp-trails – in a lot of places, where they have clipped to 100% white,