Playing on a Rainy Saturday

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by The Why Not Guy, Mar 25, 2006.

  1. The Why Not Guy

    The Why Not Guy TPF Noob!

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    ISO 100
    Aperture 5.0
    Exposure 3.2 seconds

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    ISO 100
    Aperture 5.0
    Exposure 6 seconds
     
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    Neither shot does much for me. But I do like the dof and choice of using a reflection in #1.
     
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    I'm just curious...why on earth do you need an exposure time that long? It looks like there was plenty of available light.
     
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    I was thinking the same, why so much for an exposure time ??

    Either way, I'm not a fan of the first pic, but the second picture does like very good.

    The Mona Lisa, the colour of the walls and "bush" gives it a very warm, European feel to it.
     
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    Mona Lisa? lol I'm pretty sure It's a Mary or something.
     
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    The reason I use long exposure times is because I take these shots in my dining room, which is pretty dark and gloomy. If I introduce more light, I get too many reflections and flares from the porcelain doll (there are too many as it is) so I get better results with less light and longer exposure.

    Thanks for your time!
     

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