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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Wound_Up, Jul 15, 2021.
Here is my photographic portfolio:
Sunset in farm country.......................................
@Guy Named Sue ... With film I had to use neutral density filters to get those effects or make moving objects dissappear with long exposures. That is kewl that you can do that with your rig.
Sunny morning through the bedroom balcony
Thanks. Yeah, I got an ND filter but used it only once during the summer. Now that it's getting darker much earlier in the day I can just use the regular rig, put the camera in bulb mode and use a remote. I ran these for a minute each each approximately and no filters on the lens. All shot with Nikon 35mm f2D.
Yellowstone, here we come
How long were your timed exposures on these? They are super cool.
Took the filters off and went straight clear lense for these today. Did some playing with the ISO, shutter and aperture settings and came up with a few cool shots.
Looking into the city you can see the tops of many buildings lit up red in celebration of the Chiefs victory over the Browns yesterday.
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Those ones I ran for 35 seconds but the ones in my last post were ran for 115-130 seconds each.
Greg if you were any closer to me we'd have so much fun. I would love to have someone like you who has a drone and team up with my rig. We could attach lights to your drone and send it off while doing long exposure with my camera catching your drone doing stuff like this
That would be really fun for sure. This drone is definitely a huge step up from the last one. I wish I could do some longer timed exposures with it but it will only do 8 seconds max. Either way I think they still come out really cool. I know I've said it several times but the Hasselblad on that drone is just amazing. I only wish that it had the ability to zoom too. I have several filters and a couple polarizers too that help to get some really nice pics. I plan on getting one more battery and an ND1000 filter so I can get some really nice timed exposures during the day over the river and the lakes here.
It's a great camera. Can you film with it as well? Could make for some great footage that you could put your music over. It'd be cool
It does film too. Runs as much as 4K at 60 frames\second so it can actually make some real cinematic level stuff.
Love the smell of coke ovens in the morning and a blast furnace on the far right.