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nice pics gregg. was that on your way to NJ?
yeah, the last ones my fav. too :thumbsup:Slynky said:Yeah, Greg, clouds from above like that are interesting (well, sometimes). I've ridden planes too much doing business and have gotten complacent. Most of the time,they're boring but you have some really good ones. Especially the bottom one, which, for some reason, reminds me of Godzilla covered in snow...LOL. (well, it was funny to me!)
No, for shots like that you just put the camera on a tripod and use the LOWEST ISO possible to reduce noise.bwlucas said:Damn, that's a really long exposure time. Do digital SLRs have ISO settings for 3200 like that? (I'm assuming you were using a digital camera)
bwlucas said:Damn, that's a really long exposure time. Do digital SLRs have ISO settings for 3200 like that? (I'm assuming you were using a digital camera)
djbme83 said:bdog, what was the shutter speed on those? nice pics btw
Ever do the so called "hip shot?" That's what my photography professor called it anyways.Slynky said:Yeah, with digital cameras and the "free" aspect of pictures, you can just experiment and only lose your time if it didn't work out right. Once, with a film camera, I went to a Chinese carnival and shot pics handheld from anywere from half a second to couple of seconds. I just moved the camera around sometimes (and "painted" with light) and panned other times. 36 exposures: 6 keepers...