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Old 10-31-2012, 08:08 PM   #6
Holloran Grade
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Lightbulb Night shots.

It really depends on where you are and what you seek to accomplish.

Shorter exposure (5sec) to freeze the action - wide angle lens to capture the scene.

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Longer exposure (>5sec) to catch the blur - and a longer lens 24-105mm.

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Crazy long 3 minute exposure at 16mm.

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Hand held (propped against a fence) with a 24-105mm because I forgot to grab the 16-35mm.

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Using a 100-400 at 400mm and about 2 minute exposure probably f-11.

Night Comes to Ludlow


Others:

The Beachcomber


Express Cafe

The Vertical Minute - 11:11 p.m. PST on November 11, 2011.


Ergo, there is no "one way" to do these.

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