Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by ComedyPilot, 24 Apr 2010.
Long exposures in photography.
Are you learning anything new?
Same here....but taking action photo's indoors without flash....i.e. balancing shutter speed, ISO settings etc....... blooming hard.....
Talking Velodrome usually .....and today was Chill Factor e (indoor ski slope) - at 300mm zoom.... - had lots of opportunity to vary ISO and shutter speed.... but still not happy......... I am no expert.........
Riveting ............. and I'm an accountant...lucky you..NOT !!!!!
The art of convincing 'other' of the need for n+1....
Have you worked out any general rules yet?
Swedish and some Russian - watching Wallander.
The vocabulary that I am learning might have a limited usefulnesss e.g. alibi, Nitromethane, cellist, sofa, and phantom.
Whatever I did, it worked!
Tidy away washing, clean bathroom, cook tea, run hot bath...much the same as I do all the time but with the addition of actually asking the question and 'making it sound plausible*'
congratulations on your achievement .
Not sure how frequently your new skill can be re-deployed
This is the kind of thing you can do if you go MTB night riding:
This was 60 seconds with the camera balanced on a gate post.
Liquidity at the moment but looking at EPS and DPS later...I can't wait!
Just started learning Thai.
PHP and hacking Wordpress templates
Are you taking the photos or doing the Exposing ?
I want to take a pic in a central reservation of a cyclist waiting to cross, with car head and tail lights on both sides stopping them - all streamed out thanks to the long exposure.
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