The lighting that was approaching when this photo was taken was intense!! All of those strikes within a 20 second period, flash after flash – immediately after this photo was finished processing I took off running to the car which was parked 1/4 of
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Ahh yeah that makes sense. Wicked shot. I usually hate hearing this but well. I have nothing to contribute. That just looks fucking awesome. Clearly you put work into it (or at least did a few attempts with different exposures.) Keep up the good
I had to walk my little sister in to Chinatown from Brooklyn. Went over the Manhattan bridge carrying her luggage. Power was out halfway across, and as soon as we hit the dark, shit got crazy. A twitchy homeless dude was threatening to cut
You also need to grab the “photographer’s ephemeris”. I’m on my phone now so cant be arsed to find url etc, but search and you will find. It’s an invaluable tool for figuring out sunrise/sunset times, sun/moon position at any time during the day
It’s a bit confusing and it depends on what model camera you are using. If you’re using one of the normally supported point and shoot cameras I believe you need to get a separate script. I think the one I used in the past
Good question. It depends on whom you ask. Conservative people might consider this image porn already, because there is nudity, and don’t refer to it as artistic nude. It all depends on your religious/country/etc background. Some people consider the explicit photographs of photographer Terry
You’re incorrect about how double exposure works. It’s not equal blending, it’s addition. You can only add light when you open the shutter again, not subtract or “blend.” If something is white in either exposure, it cannot become anything else. This image could easily
It’s the Griffith Observatory, probably the most tourist friendly spot possible to get a great view of the LA skyline. Reasonable amount of parking and it’s all free of charge. Perfectly safe at night, but watch out for crowds as it tends to fill
Something about this doesn’t feel natural to me; if I had to guess it looks like you have a picture during the afternoon for the bridge, judging by the shadows, and a picture at night for the sky. Maybe try snapping the foreground at
I take care of 9 space weather experiments for various universities, run the greenhouse and do other various things around the station but there are 45 people here for the winter with all kinds of jobs from dealing with waste, materials, power/water plant techs,
Lincoln! I’ve been following your work for a while now, big fan! I just landed back in Sydney, feel free to check out my stuff on www.fb.com/tjoezthemoviemaker
Sure just look up masking in Photoshop:) This is my free HDR tutorial, it is not using stars but will show you how to apply a layer mask then you can apply the same skill to your star pictures in photoshop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7KcEdf_jxCE. I also
Yeah. So imagine throwing a ball. Eventually that ball hits the ground. Now, imagine throwing that ball 17,000 mph. That ball would still fall towards the earth, but it wouldn’t hit the earth. That’s what the ISS is doing, and that’s what orbit is.
I have a weird love for globes but especially when they’re also lamps. This is awesome.
Yeah its quite the car. His is an E92 with the DCT. It absolutely hauls. But that car you have is a great auto, and I’m sure its a joy to drive with that 6-speed. Unfortunately I’ve never experienced a 5 series but I’m
Is that mist creating a halo effect around the mountain, or a shoddy dodge job? Because it looks like a shoddy dodge job. Awesome photo, would love to see the original however… Nat Geo has steered away from over manipulation in the last 20
Totally. I think my only reservation would be that the light might balance differently than the natural light, and that it might look cheesy if I end up with a spotlight effect on the ground around the golfer. Totally considered it, would try it
It’s an interesting effect. I think you can get more control on it by using a tripod, and taking one photo with no light trails (Photo B), and then the photo that you did take (Photo A). Then you can subtract A-B = C,
This year was the 103rd Sandwich Fair, which takes place in the town of Sandwich, NH.
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I focus prior to putting in the filters. It also gives me an opportunity to check the exposure to make a good calculation. If using a ten stop in daylight it can be possible to focus using live view. I’ve done that a fair
This is low tide at Blowing Rocks park in Jupiter, Fl for anyone interested. Shot with Canon 5dii and a ND9 filter 17mm|f/20|30sec|ISO50. Thanks for looking!
No matter how many times I see this picture, I still fucking love it. [Vemodalen](http://www.dictionaryofobscuresorrows.com/post/59306080288/vemodalen)
Great job, just a couple recomendations. * Get rid of of the damn stick! Don’t feel bad if you alter your scene a little bit, nothing wrong with getting rid of sticks, or brush in the view of your shot. * Maybe add a