Lightning

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  1. white_knight

    white_knight TPF Noob!

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    This is my first try at a long exposure with a digital camera. I think it worked out alright. Any comments would be appreciated. Anything i can do to improve my night / lightning photography would be great to know.

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    You don't need to change a thing. That is an awesome shot. Where can I get a copy?
     
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    Amazing shot! Congrats! :salute:
     
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    Wooow!! REally nice photo. Like the angle, and the composition with the clouds, lighting and the citie
     
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    Wooow!! REally nice photo. Like the angle, and the composition with the clouds, lighting and the citie
     
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    Wasn't this posted somewhere else on the forum too?
     
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    I watched this photo load with great enthusiasm (19.2 kbs takes a long time), and was very disapointed when I got to the lights. It is a great shot, but I would love to see it in b+w.
     
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    Im sure I commented on this somewhere else on this forum :scratch: I love it anyway.
     
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    beautiful photo. I am very interested in these long exposer shots i have never done a long night shot. Umm critique.... if i would have done anything to this i would have croped out the large black portion at the bottom maybe just up to the lights but thats just a personal thing. overall amasing job hope to see more to come.
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    I personally don't think the top bit of the photo is neeeded..
     
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    This is the sort of shot where an xpan or 617 would be perfect.
    What exposure was used? 30 seconds at f8/f16 would be my guess
     
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    This was a 47 second exposure at f/8 and ISO 200 setting.

    If anyone wants any info or wants to see more shots, please email me and i can scan some great lightning shots for you.

    Jeff
     

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