Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by bethanyb, Jun 23, 2008.
those look like long exposures but there is no blur from the stars. The second image looks upside down.
#1 is really cool! I like how bright the clouds are and the light that snakes around the cliffs and beaches.
awesome shots, where were they taken from
Different for sure. The last would have been great - nice composition.
very nice, that first one rocks.
True, and true. The exposures are 30 seconds long max, which will blur clouds (which were trucking along at an impressive speed that night because of high winds) but not stars. Several of the shots are multiple exposures blended together, which was necessary when I had to do things like make sure the background was evenly exposed, yet control really bright light sources like the lighthouse and the moon. And yes, the second image is upside down. I like it, but I'd also like to hear your opinion.
They were taking along the Makapuu Lighthouse trail on Oahu, in Hawaii. It was a pretty full moon that night, so we could see enough not to walk off of any cliffs, thank god.
Everybody else, thanks! I know they're different.. I kind of like it that way.
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