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Long Exposure Photos & Landscape photos, Topics Etc.....
« on: October 17, 2012, 11:13:50 AM »
Share nyo guys mga long exposure Shots nyo Every one is allowed kahit mobile photography

ako na mag sstart  here's my share

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Walang nag llong exposure ata dto ahh hehehe
cge eto pa hehehe
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Here's another one of my shots recently


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another one ulit hehehe ako lng ata ang nag ppost ng sarili kong thread hehehe :-)

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Calling rennell.
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gaganda ng kuha ni Sir Rennel!! MOre pa hehehe :-)
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Share KO lng


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I hope this counts as long exposure. hehehe. First LE ko with the help of some friends :)  :-D

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I have yet to try this when I get my UWA lens this March. Anybody care to share some tips on how to do this? I'd surely appreciate it :razz:

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I hope this counts as long exposure. hehehe. First LE ko with the help of some friends :)  :-D

@Mayhemkid
dipende ata kung gano mo katagal inexpose yung shutter mo i think nun maccount as long exposure yun i think kht 1 second exposure long exposure narin ata yun in my own opinion hehehehe

@ Rennel paspok pa din yan long exposure tlga yan Star trails hehehe MORE MORE pa sir hehehehe!!

@kurcobainer Tips ko na masasabi better Grab a Really sturdy Tripod and better be a morning Guy or an afternoon guy hehehe need mo maging matsaga gumising hahahahaha at mag hintay hehehe :-)

Share ko ulit Guys!
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another shot From Windang Island NSW australia :)

Bondi Beach Nsw Australia

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may calculations kasi kami sa long exposure eh. everytime we do that. tsaka dapat naka Live View ka po kapag mag LE ka.

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how do you guys meter?
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may calculations kasi kami sa long exposure eh. everytime we do that. tsaka dapat naka Live View ka po kapag mag LE ka.

nag Live View Mode ka??? i haven't tried it  ill give it a shot di ako kumportable ng Live view i always use the View Finder tapos hhntayin ko nlng result ng image ko. trial and error sakin if over expose edi bawiin hehehe in metering ko sakin in my own way plaging 3 or 4 bars na under exposed ako sometimes dipende tlga sa light condition pag mataas pa tlga araw tlgang nsa underexpose talaga para ma equal ko yung liwanag  un experience ko 

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for me, during LE i usually meter dun sa area na tingin ko ok yung lighting or dun sa area na focused. then i do a series of exposures, from -3, 0, +3. i check the shots. pag tingin ko meron nakong keeper shot dun ok na, pag hindi paglalaruan ko yung exposures (-2 -1 and so on). trial and error ako kumbaga. worked well for me kasi at least i have shots na pwede kong gawing hdr or single shot na ok yung exposure. steady na yung F ko (either 8 o 11 lang naman ako) at ung iso (lowest) tapos sa shutterspeed lang ako nagaadjust.
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for me, during LE i usually meter dun sa area na tingin ko ok yung lighting or dun sa area na focused. then i do a series of exposures, from -3, 0, +3. i check the shots. pag tingin ko meron nakong keeper shot dun ok na, pag hindi paglalaruan ko yung exposures (-2 -1 and so on). trial and error ako kumbaga. worked well for me kasi at least i have shots na pwede kong gawing hdr or single shot na ok yung exposure. steady na yung F ko (either 8 o 11 lang naman ako) at ung iso (lowest) tapos sa shutterspeed lang ako nagaadjust.

8 or 11 pla kayo nag lalaro ng aperture ako nmn 22-16 kase wla akong ND filter sa ngayon ng lens ko so as much as possible limitado light na pumapasok sa sensor ko nag oover expose kse pag nag F 8 ako at 11 :-) hinihintay ko pa Filter system ko hehe

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how do you guys meter?
meter for the foreground and meter for the sky then check kung ilan stops ang difference to determine what GND to use. :)

OR!!!

If you're using a Canon, use the Live View Simulation. Sobrang convenient. :D

8 or 11 pla kayo nag lalaro ng aperture ako nmn 22-16 kase wla akong ND filter sa ngayon ng lens ko so as much as possible limitado light na pumapasok sa sensor ko nag oover expose kse pag nag F 8 ako at 11 :-) hinihintay ko pa Filter system ko hehe
usually pag crop sensor, use F/8-F/11. for full-frame, F/16-F/22 yung sharpest nila :)
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Dapat pla ibahin ko name ng thread natin na to D lang Long exposure Thread dpat pati Long exposure topics what do you think guys??? para broad ang topic?

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pwede bro! tips and tricks on long exposure. ako usually talaga naka Live View. kasi kitang kita mo na eh.

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pwede bro! tips and tricks on long exposure. ako usually talaga naka Live View. kasi kitang kita mo na eh.

cge i cchange ko title ng thread pra mas malawak good!! :wave:
Di pa ako nag try mag Live view sanay ako ng sa view Finder maybe this comming shoot ko ill try to Live view  :-D

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« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2013, 04:28:17 PM »
i better get a more modern slr with live view. I have a canon 40d, should i get a 60d or wait for new model?


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Re: Long Exposure Photos & Topics Etc.....
« Reply #24 on: February 09, 2013, 05:16:34 PM »
i better get a more modern slr with live view. I have a canon 40d, should i get a 60d or wait for new model?

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OT na yung tanong mo sa thread sir but if u ask me better invest sa glass rather Body