Perpetual Photography - Thread Nineteen

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Perpetual Photography - Thread Nineteen

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Like that, my eye keeps getting drawn to the green light in the window though.
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Yeah it would be easily cloned out but I like it, I think it gives it an other-worldly' feel. The green isn't actually visible to the naked eye, it's a very faint glow from a fire exit sign.
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Yes I should have said drawn in a good way, what was the exposure time on that shot.
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I really like it.
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Love it.
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Reflections. I love reflections.

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Psybear wrote:Link to Thread 18 here.


Imagefanad by BPMphoto, on Flickr


Loving this :luv: is it stacked, or a single exposure?
Good work :thumbs:
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An old favourite

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Is it really photography if you are not getting drenched doing it?

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R-T-C wrote:
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How did you take that, as in why is the background blurred?
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Panning I guess.
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Yes - fast car, slowish shutter speed, steady hand and lying on my back in a half-constructed grandstand to get it all in. Not easy with a camera on its side either!
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Henrhyd Waterfall


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Falls at Pen y Cae

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I've never really liked these water smoothing shots but I thought I'd give it a go.

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That's quite a poignant image Dataloss :(

The lighthouse shot - er... wow! Can you give us noobs a bit of a story as to how you managed to balance so many types and intensities of light?

I also love that panning shot - I've tried similar shots with normal city centre traffic, and it's a nightmare to get right!

And I love the light in the second of the waterfall shots Fodder.

I'm just back from a lovely week in the wilds of North West Scotland - a landscape photographers dream. Got quite a few "cliche" shots ticked off my bucket list. Only managed a few hours on Skye unfortunately. Took this one with my phone as I was trying some long exposures. Can't quite believe how well this came out. Captured, processed and posted from my Nexus 5.

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Psybear wrote:Imagefanad by BPMphoto, on Flickr


Speechless, that is staggeringly beautiful :notworthy hence why it deserves to be quoted again and seen again! no idea how on gods earth you do that, a detailed explanation would be bloody awesome! :eek:
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That lighthouse shot is amazing
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Ah hehe I was shooting astro lighthouses the other week too!

Typically its high ISO and long exposure , 20-30 seconds, ISO 3200-6400, wide angle f2.8 or so. sometimes you pull it back a touch for the lighthouse but not much.
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