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Post by Nathalie on Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:01 pm

Ive been reading on long exposure photography and ... wow!!  what amazing pictures can come out of this.. even in bright day light!  and im not talking about waterfalls loll

I dont want to grab any pictures on google to respect the photographers work.. but if you search for long exposure photography.. you will find thousands and thousands.

What I did find tho that I wanted to share with you in this table for LONG EXPOSURE TIMES AND ITS EFFECTS ON MOVING OBJECTS

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Post by JohnP on Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:54 am

Also good for eliminating people too. This was taken on a crowded promenade. It works as long as people keep moving.

Long exposure photography 15327791557_b67d7c3800_b927G9732 by John Pate, on Flickr

Of course you'll always get people who stand in front of the camera.

Long exposure photography 15513980542_706d2c73f0_b927G9737 by John Pate, on Flickr
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Post by JohnP on Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:58 am

great for night shots

Long exposure photography 6299670475_9cf905a632_bIMG_0224.jpg by John Pate, on Flickr

And fireworks.

Long exposure photography 29707486321_246a8d5696_b1DS_5931 by John Pate, on Flickr
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Post by Michelle Hebert on Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:43 am

What can I say , am really just a beginner , those are just stunning ... and its fall here now , where all is brown and ugly , nothing to make me want to go out and photograph till real snow gets here ...
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Post by JohnP on Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:07 am

Michelle Hebert wrote:What can I say , am really just a beginner , those are just stunning ...  and its fall here now , where all is brown and ugly , nothing to make me want to go out and photograph till real snow gets here ...  

Long exposures are really easy. The only important thing is to have a really sturdy tripod (think Gitzo)

Camera settings are not that critical, eg a twenty second exposure at f5.6 is exactly the same setting as a ten second at f4 or if you take it to the nth degree, two years at at f5.6 is the same as one year at f4.
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Post by Nathalie on Sat Oct 29, 2016 5:08 pm

Well last night with my mom's ND8 filter.. small filter so couldnt have a huge exposure time.. but we had fun Smile   I made a ghost out of my daughter loll  

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Post by Michelle Hebert on Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:00 am

Hope she wont haunt my house now Smile
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Post by Lucille on Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:12 am

She does look very ghostly!
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Post by Nathalie on Sun Oct 30, 2016 7:25 pm

Oh believe me... she is so not a ghost.... some days she is very very very much alive lol!

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