Old 01-18-2011, 12:49 AM   #1
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I just thought I'd share something I've been working on for a couple weeks now.


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This attempt turned out noisy, but next time I'll try it with a lower ISO. I know itís not exactly what RP.net is looking for, but Iíll keep trying to perfect it and see what happens!
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Try to focus the cab more...that should help too
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Try to focus the cab more...that should help too
My goal is to get numbers on the side of the cab in focus.
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Hello!
I just thought I'd share something I've been working on for a couple weeks now.


Fisheye Pan by Brandon Townley, on Flickr

This attempt turned out noisy, but next time I'll try it with a lower ISO. I know itís not exactly what RP.net is looking for, but Iíll keep trying to perfect it and see what happens!
On a non-moving train, zoom in, manual focus and set aperture on a spot appropriate to the shot. Go to BULB and staying in manual, quickly zoom out. Adjust exposure time as required. Its a neat effect.
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On a non-moving train, zoom in, manual focus and set aperture on a spot appropriate to the shot. Go to BULB and staying in manual, quickly zoom out. Adjust exposure time as required. Its a neat effect.
I think I have somewhat of an idea of what that will do! I'll have to try it!
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