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Discussion in 'Through the Lens' started by dragonblade71, Mar 24, 2011.
Two more Minneapolis shots.
Somewhere in Wisconsin on the drive home from the Arachnogathering
Twin Falls - Port Wing, Wi
Mount Lemmon, AZ trip
Chris and Uri
Excellent twin fall shots!!!!! Bailing out of tarantula pics for landscapes, man where's the dedication to the hobby!
Adavan, those are breathtaking photos! I can imagine it was even more spectacular in person.
Wow I didn't know mimosa trees got THAT big. Beautiful! (The mimosa tree, for those that don't know it, is the last picture on the Kauai Hawaii post)
LOL! The Arizona shots where during the ATS Conference. Doesn't that show dedication? I haven't seen you at any of the arachnid gatherings this year. ;P
Thanks Trivia! It is, I need to get out and do some more traveling.
Two long exposures of "The Cribs" in Lake Superior - Duluth, Minnesota
Kind of embarrassing following advan's spectacular-ness, but this is sunset on Pewaukee Lake in Waukesha, WI.
Cb that last shot is absolutely gorgeous!
Especially if it was taken with a camera phone.
Technology these day, sheesh, it's gotten so good!
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Advan what kind of camera do you use??
Love that pic too, cb! Awesome!
Also Chad - how the hell do you get those pics looking like they do? The Minneapolis shots, as well as the twinfalls ones are just awesome! But I imagine those pic that some afterwork before looking like that, right?
Sorry I missed these questions!
I was using Nikon's entry level D3100 for a few years but am currently using the D7100 and looking a buying the new D500 for birding/wildlife while keeping the macro set-up permanently attached to the D7100.
The "movement" you are seeing whether cars or water is captured using long exposures. The shutter is open for longer period of time capturing the movement. Lakes for instance, if you look at the Lake Superior shot, the shutter was open for at least 30 seconds or so maybe longer. That lake is not a calm lake but the long exposure smooths it out, creating that effect. The issue with long exposures (especially during the day) is you will over expose the image. That is where neutral density filters come in. Image putting really dark sunglasses over the lens to block the amount of light coming in.
From a few mile hike last weekend.
Maxwell Falls Trail near Evergreen, Colorado
Chad what was your exposure time on the water, and aperture?
The stream was shot with:
Tokina 11-16mm w/ Hoya ND400 Neutral density filter (I think it's 8 stops) @16mm
SS 20sec - f8 - ISO100
Thanks I PRETTY sure you had 20s as I've used that exposure as well for that effect. Thanks!
How do you like the Tokina?
The slog. 6000 feet in 18 miles
Up on Deer. Whitney in the far distance
On the desert. Looking out the back door.
The pass seen from Waiting Woman Rock.
Moods of the pass
Flats from part way up Deer.
Trail to high meadow
High meadow and Deer
Deer Mt. From first river crossing
Fantastic nature. love the landscape. Here in DK it is all flat