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Old 01-26-2013, 02:40 PM
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Settings 15 sec É/4.5 ISO 200 18 mm

Not zoomed this time, could open the aperture a bit more and lower the ISO but had to bump up the exposure time.


IMG_4043 by inn8one, on Flickr
This is fantastic, I love the water. What was your white balance set at?
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:52 PM
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These are really cool, I especially love the clarity of the first two. The flare totally works for the third shot!
Thank you! I'm really happy to hear your opinion on that last shot. I had mixed feelings - a combination of "hmm, I like it!" and "I'm probably being stupid and should toss it altogether"

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Hehehe It's totally going to be one of the challenges so you will have an excuse!
Oh awesome!! Looking forward to that - I'm definitely going to practice in the meanwhile and see if I can be somewhat creative.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:24 PM
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Well. I didn't play with the canon, but that's ok because I really liked how this one turned out from my camera! I haven't looked at my faster shutter speed/high ISO yet because I'm scared to, but here's my low ISO/slow shutter speed shot!

Stinkin' lens glare got in the way.

Week4 by ZooomDog Photography, on Flickr
ISO 125 Aperture f/4.0 Shutter speed 2 sec.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:24 PM
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SaraB: That's a great shot! Love the perspective!

I have tried various shots all week...

Back of the barn (that's Sis' fat horse, aka the Air Fern). Wanna talk about lens glare? Have I got one for you! 100iso, f8, 15sec.


1600iso, f8, 1/2sec


Experimented with an indoor shot with candles... See? I can get lens glare with a little candle! 100iso, f11, 20sec


Finally took these tonight, wasn't exactly the location I had in mind but you know what happens to best laid plans...
100iso, f11, 15sec


800iso, f8, 1/2sec
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Well. I didn't play with the canon, but that's ok because I really liked how this one turned out from my camera! I haven't looked at my faster shutter speed/high ISO yet because I'm scared to, but here's my low ISO/slow shutter speed shot!

Stinkin' lens glare got in the way.

Week4 by ZooomDog Photography, on Flickr
ISO 125 Aperture f/4.0 Shutter speed 2 sec.
Love the angle here, plus the star-light!

Okay Adrianne, is there anyway to get rid of/avoid lens glare like is showing up here? Is there some trick? Because I've struggled with this problem before, generally I just edit it out, but I would love to know if there is some secret photography skill that would eliminate glare when shooting!
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:16 AM
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Love the angle here, plus the star-light!

Okay Adrianne, is there anyway to get rid of/avoid lens glare like is showing up here? Is there some trick? Because I've struggled with this problem before, generally I just edit it out, but I would love to know if there is some secret photography skill that would eliminate glare when shooting!
I think mine might be caused by the UV filter on the lens, I'm sure that extra piece of glass wasn't helping at all. I didn't think about it until I got home though and I will not be going back out there, it's cold as sh*t.
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Old 01-29-2013, 10:36 AM
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This is fantastic, I love the water. What was your white balance set at?
I have it on AWB. I can adjust it in lightroom, but didn't for this challenge. I didn't edit anything. The lights were very yellow in real life though
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Running super late, but I wanted to go back and get some photos done and hopefully stay caught up this time!

This was taken on a bridge over the world's largest skating rink during our winter festivities. I wish I was more to the left, but I couldn't get there without risking danger

Week 4 - Night Photos (2) by JessLough, on Flickr

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Old 02-15-2013, 01:53 AM
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Here's an example of a light show/garden in Victoria, BC.



ISO: 320
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Old 02-15-2013, 06:35 AM
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Here's an example of a light show/garden in Victoria, BC.



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GORGEOUS, that is so pretty!
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