Actually, if you don’t use calendar years (e.g. 2013, 2014, etc.), “This Year” could mean any of the 364 days that happened between this date last year and this date today. Technically speaking. One year is approximately 365 days, no?
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Sry, I was judging based off the second image that hotshower posted: http://38.media.tumblr.com/be8a713e46a1552cc8f8fcbbb9abc937/tumblr_n0onxbBVJn1rwl5c4o1_1280.jpg That one is clearly using a flash pop to freeze the boarder. Looking back on the first one, it definitely has some photoshoping (a bit heavy handed in the sky too).
Like [San Diego last year](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndVhgq1yHdA)? EDIT: **TURN YOUR SOUND WAYY DOWN** (Sorry /u/Kingmilano and anyone else who has no hearing anymore.)
This is a composite of 2 images, you wouldn’t be able to see the sky as bright as that. The sky image is probably a composite made via image stacking, which is a method used to take pictures of stars if you don’t have
Are you shooting in FX or DX? My D7000 is DX and I LOVE my 10-24mm, it’s fun to use. It’s great for landscapes, outdoor scenes as well as interior shots (I do real estate photography and it gets into all those tight spots).
Settings: 70s exposure, f/2.8, ISO 100, 17mm. Shot with a Canon Rebel T2i with Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8. Light source: [this flashlight](http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/DEWALT-Cordless-Fluorescent-Area-Light-5TB95?Pid=search)
http://500px.com/photo/55627558 is the source CameraNIKON D4 LensZeiss 15mm f2.8 Focal Length15mm Shutter Speed20 secs Aperturef/2.8 ISO/Film1600 I’m not sure if the people commenting are aware that’s its a composite, the light pollution around any major city is incredible, drowning out all but the brightest
I shoot at 16mm and with a 1 second delay between shots (30 seconds long). I have a battery grip to change out batteries during shooting since the cold will drain them pretty quick. I use my camera bag to weigh down my tripod
That’s where the ground crew and the air crew were working to refuel. The green light yiy see are glow sticks like you buy for camping. She took in a few thousand pounds of fuel, and with the rotors spinning and all three engines
it does look better in person, you can see the detail of it sort of being in a diamond shape. The building itself is the safest building in the world, built with the strongest concrete. It can withstand anything from bombs to even plane
Someone with a kid drives by the Cemetery and the kid says, “Mommy, why is that man running around on grandpa’s grave in a ghost costume with a flashlight?”
Fukc uoy oot, man (as in, chill, please accept my apology), but, come on—this is Reddit, where the odds of the original artist and the content submitter being the same person are, like, 1:10000. Am I wrong? In this case, delightfully wrong. This means:
So, I know that this isn’t an AMA, but I have some questions if you don’t mind answering them! I have wanted to get into star trail photography for a while. However, I do not know what kind of results I could get with
I wondered why this shot looked so familiar. I was in Rome back in 2005, just after the Pope died, and took this shot: View post on imgur.com
I get how to do static light painted photos … but how do you do the animated videos? Are you literally creating the video one frame at a time … ie long exposure shot … run across the scene with the pixel stick …
what causes me to say that is the dead center of the frame where it could be over-exposed a hair, with definite lines between the colors. Doesn’t matter in the end. Nice shot – I could never take a picture like that.
I like taking hipster model photography like [this](http://25.media.tumblr.com/4082664946a3f6606dfd97fd5ffcf39b/tumblr_mnb9z99w9J1rhnyb0o1_1280.jpg) one I did a few weeks ago of myself, but nope I didn’t. I love late night walks on my days off. Walking deserted streets while listening to music
If this is really your OC then it’s amazing. I saw this photo several years back and I’ve seen it used hundreds of times on various websites and advertisements. Great one!
wow, 4 hours of exposure!! Did you capture in raw or compressed file format? How did you set the focus by hand or computer? I can rest when I have done one of these myself and have it hanging on my wall!! Good job
Yeah, the 8mm is super wide. I actually returned it for that reason and will go back to my usual 10-22mm lens. Found that the distortion on the 8mm was a little too distracting for most scenarios.
Sorry if I let people down but I actually made this is photoshop because my Nikon doesn’t have a double exposure feature on the camera itself. I took both images and put them into photoshop, mask everything out except myself, import 2nd picture, adjustments:
This is 10-second exposure, which gives me time to do the burn. I adjust ISO and aperture until I get a combination that leaves enough time. Generally it’s ISO 100 and F11-F16, and between 5 to 30 seconds. The burning steel wool is a
If your camera has Continuous shooting mode, all you need is a wired shutter release. You get better results doing this because the gaps between the stars are smaller than you get with a timer. Using a timer, you have to give the camera
I believe he means two exposures (since he said 2 x 16 mm as well). It’s common in astrophotography to take one exposure to properly expose the stars and then another to properly expose the landscape to get nice even lighting after editing in