June 24, 2012 |
Canon 5D mark III
16-35mm (16mm was used)
30 second exposure
My first attempt
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Categories: gallery, photo, stars
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Nice shot for a first attempt. Ha! I guess I need to do longer exposures but there is a lot of light pollution where I am. I mean, literally, there are street lamps everywhere. I was shooting for the meteors tonight and i had read not to go longer than 10 seconds or I’d get star trails. I am going to try again tomorrow.
wow! this is a great shot
Thank you kindly.
Btw do u shoot long exposures?
Nah u can do up to
25 Seconds. I get star trails at 30 seconds. Try drive an hour away where there is less lights. My finances place is up north and has no light pollution. I’d love to see your photos
If you have a street light in your shot even 10 second could screw up the photo
Well not really. I usually take photos of people
just as I interesting but your subject speaks mine is old.
Very cool. I’d have to drive for hours to get away from all the light in Houston.
Loved to see your stuff
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