A&P Recentish shots

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  1. wisie

    wisie New Member

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    Just a few shots from over the last few months with my trusty 350D, 10-22 and cokin nd grads. I'm starting to get out of locations to shoot so it's time to begin hiking, who's joining me?

    Enjoy



    f/14 3 minutes

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    f/10 5½ minutes

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    f/20 1 minute
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    f/18 4 seconds
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    f/10 3.2 seconds
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    f/10 0.0080 of a second
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    f/16 20 seconds
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    f/14 0.250 of a second
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    f/16 0.600 of a second
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    f/7.1 0.300 of a second
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  2. TheManLouisianaFace

    TheManLouisianaFace and decide!

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  3. Etherized

    Etherized Active Member

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    nice pictures
     
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    awesome man. I REALLY like #1.
     
  5. Bloke

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    damn 5½ minutes! how do you caculate the exposure? my camera can only do 30 seconds before i need to switch to bulb setting
    all good pics, except the hallway looks kinda dull
     
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    Absolutely amazing - you live in Tasmania? I want to visit the Cadbury chocolate factory!
     
  7. wisie

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    I'd pretend I'm really pro and say it's completely calculated but to be honest it was just a guess really. Andy Mumford (god) has written a small thing on how to calculate long exposures when using nd filters http://www.nd-magazine.com/articles/art2.php

    Yeah to be honest I only put the hallway shot in there as I'm always copping flack from people that all my shots look the same which is kinda true.

    Man they closed down the tours! You used to be able to wander through stuffing your pockets with chocolate but no more apparently. I hear you can buy huge lots for cheap in the seconds shop still though :naughty:

    You should do a shoot down here ;) There's some roads with beautiful backdrops

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    Thanks guys
     
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    #1 has a LOTR/fantasy/epic feel to it, motherfucking win!!
     
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  10. Primal

    Primal Pavement Killer

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    Amazing work and beautiful locations.
     
  11. Enigma

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    So I'd hang a couple of those long exposure ones on my wall for sure, just fyi.

    Good stuff.
     
  12. tetsuo

    tetsuo And shepherds we shall be...

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    amazing photos :bowdown: i love the long exposure photos.
     
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    I was gonna say "amazing" but just noted that everyone else already did.

    TERRIFIC work!

    Is there a lot of PP behind those shots?
     
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    Great photos, nice PP too.

    Really like #1.
     
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    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    Great stuff!!

    is #5 the only one that has your name in the middle of it? i was looking for it on the others, since it's so hard to see
     
  16. Sympathy

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    nga you hiked to mordor? :o

    great shots btw.
     
  17. EWhytsell

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    Well I'm curious how he's managed such low noise. 5 1/2 minute exposure should be a good percentage of noise vs signal and even stacking you'd need to stack at least 40 more like 80 to get the signal/noise ratio low enough to use noise ninja to clean up the rest and get a picture like that.

    Those are some really cool pics.:bowdown:
     
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    darkjedi Muay Thai expert

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    Nice pics! I love the first especially. great detail, sharp and you captured the mood in PP just nicely.
     
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    1 and 7 are my favorite, but all of them are :bowdown:
     
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    wow
     
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    iDrive OTAP crew. Muradadog crew. GO GATORS!

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    Nice shots man!
     
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    Someone gotta make love to frodo. :big grin: jk. :cool: pics
     
  25. wisie

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    Thanks! I think the small image size also hides the noise a little as it's not so pretty in the full version around where the cliffs are. Just on the topic as I've been wondering lately, would buying a newer Canon 5D Mark II handle the noise better in long exposures then my Canon 350D? Anyhow the image stacking is an interesting idea as I sometimes use it for star trails, would you get enough dynamic range stacking small exposures though?
     

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