It’s actually about two dozen 30 second pictures stitched together. I’m going to try it later with the stars as just one picture and the lightning stitched together. Thanks for the advice!
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That’s a safety barrier for any track workers that can’t make it back onto the platform. They stand there and there are barriers on both sides to protect then from falling onto the tracks
Hi, I’ve been getting into taking photos like this and I had a few questions to ask…if you don’t mind. AMAZING photo by the way! 1) How did you stand still for so long? I always move a bit and it blurs me out…
I wasn’t saying it was bad :), it is the style that has made you so famous and got you noticed on flickr and your stuckincustoms blog site and able to just make photos/write books/teach. I wish I could. I recall when you were
I like it man! Has a nice atmosphere to it. Good composition as well, which is arguably the hardest aspect of photography. Keep it up man, photography is an amazing and very fun hobby! It gets me out more than I would otherwise, have
A really intense display can be this bright to the eye – though this does look a little weirdly white-balanced. Active displays are usually actually more impressive to the eye because there’s a lot of fast motion which just gets smeared out to consumer
IR photography only takes out the light in the Infrared Spectrum. There are two ways to do this; you can use a filter such as the [Hoya R72](http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/23077-REG/Hoya_B55RM72_55mm_R72_Infrared_Glass.html) or [Singh Ray I-Ray](http://singh-ray.com/iray.html) or you can convert the camera to only take IR through a
According to OC’s [website](http://www.greeksky.gr/greeksky/slides/Selections/album/slides/thunder-and-lightning.htm), it’s a composite: “In order to make the sequence, I set the camera to a tripod taking 20 second shots continuously. After 83 minutes I ended up with approximately 90 lightning shots. I had to exclude around 20 because the
If I took this shot I’d just hang up my camera. That’s it. It’s all downhill from here. Seriously, great job. One of the best abandoned building shots I’ve seen.
The Photo took my breath away, I cant even imagine what it would be like to be there the moment the photo was taken.
ND filter would have made no difference at all. Selective exposure adjustments in lightroom would have helped. A ND filter simply decreases the amount of light hitting the sensor/film which you compensate for by using a longer shutter speed or larger aperture. Edit: ND
Some information: **Where**: Gantry Plaza State Park (Queens, NY) **Time and conditions**: Slightly cloudy, clearing skies preceded by a light drizzle **Equipment and settings**: Canon 5DmkIII + 17-40mm lens (focal length set at 40mm), 6-stop ND filter, f/16, 2 min exposure, ISO 100. **Other
Apologies, I wasn’t implying it wasn’t a shot you didn’t take, more that you had the wrong vantage spot for I90. If you’ve never been there, you want the [Jose Rizal Bridge](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jose_Rizal_Bridge) on [12th Avenue South](https://goo.gl/maps/vvopd). If you plan on taking really long exposures,
Okay. Let me just say that I am clearly not a bias free entity here, and I’m not qualified to do these calculations. But I’m desperate here. From the exact location of where I set up my telescope that night, following the 63 degree
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Reminds me of some pictures I took of my christmas tree with my phone a few years ago. [One](http://i.imgur.com/OcZqiyB.jpg) [Two](http://i.imgur.com/BUnE7U7.jpg)
I’m starting to enjoy that lens distortion, I used a Canon 600d which is the Rebel T3i I think.
I think you’ll find this is (at least) two images: one with a tracker to follow the stars and another of the foreground. I can’t believe the stars would be that bright and clear without a tracker and when using a tracker the foreground
Wow… gorgeous shot! Really, I love this so much. I think this is the first long exposure shot I’ve seen where it hasn’t looked like it’s “in the dead of night” where most of the rest of the photo is in relative darkness (countryside
My set up just involved my Nikon D5100 and a sturdy tripod (nothing fancy). I used the 10 second countdown timer to shoot this, as I don’t have a remote to take the photo, and I didn’t want the camera to catch the motion
Majestic as fuck. No really, that’s awesome and I’ve never seen a shot of it lit up like that.
You should check other photos of this guy, he specializes in this kind of shots: http://500px.com/Serg_D http://serg-degtyarev.livejournal.com
Yeah, I dunno why it took me so long to figure out the slow zoom. I had pretty much just woken up when I wrote my initial comment so perhaps all brain cylinders weren’t firing yet
I’m memorized by these photos. I’m from Ontario originally. Where did you take these? Is it possible to get a larger copy of the image for a desktop wallpaper?