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06/09/2010 10:33:08 AM · #1
Long exposure l

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Long Exposure IV

Message edited by author 2010-06-09 10:40:12.
06/09/2010 10:35:12 AM · #2
Here it is:

Long Exposure IV

06/09/2010 10:36:42 AM · #3
You need to remember your roman numerals. ;o)

Thanks for the links to all the previous challenges.
06/09/2010 10:39:26 AM · #4
Originally posted by cpanaioti:

You need to remember your roman numerals. ;o)

Thanks for the links to all the previous challenges.


Oh yeahhh of course its not llll.....haha
06/09/2010 10:40:27 AM · #5
Originally posted by citymars:

Here it is:

Long Exposure IV


aha thanks.
06/10/2010 11:44:45 PM · #6
any one know if the long exposure Noise reduction in a D200 is worth while doing? with a long exposure it will take some time to take the second shot

Steve
06/10/2010 11:46:23 PM · #7
Originally posted by Shadowi6:

any one know if the long exposure Noise reduction in a D200 is worth while doing? with a long exposure it will take some time to take the second shot

Steve


Not sure about your D200, but it's critical on my 50D.
06/11/2010 12:46:23 AM · #8
critical on the d100
06/12/2010 10:11:27 AM · #9
Are there any good tutorials on ghosting reduction/removal on with lightroom?

Edit: Actually. It's not necessary now.

Message edited by author 2010-06-12 10:53:05.
06/12/2010 11:54:54 AM · #10
Originally posted by Shadowi6:

any one know if the long exposure Noise reduction in a D200 is worth while doing? with a long exposure it will take some time to take the second shot

Steve


I could never notice the difference, it certainly wasn't woth the loooonnnng time it took to process, so, I turned it off long ago.
06/12/2010 09:39:47 PM · #11
50D has built in noise reduction??????
06/12/2010 09:41:28 PM · #12
Originally posted by ragamuffingirl:

50D has built in noise reduction??????


Two types even. Where's your manual, girl? ;oP
06/12/2010 09:43:15 PM · #13
Originally posted by senor_kasper:

Originally posted by Shadowi6:

any one know if the long exposure Noise reduction in a D200 is worth while doing? with a long exposure it will take some time to take the second shot

Steve


I could never notice the difference, it certainly wasn't woth the loooonnnng time it took to process, so, I turned it off long ago.


it actually doubles the time for the shot. So if you have a 30 second exposure it takes an additional 30 seconds to do noise reduction. (if you ever decide to do shots that require several minute exposures like star trails then turning off the long exposure NR is an absolute must!)

I think that you'd be better off doing your noise reduction in post.
06/12/2010 10:14:39 PM · #14
I love long exposure shots, but I have a feeling that this challenge is going to be way out of my league; there are going to be some amazing entries. I guess I'll have to suck it up and prepare myself for a sub-5...

- Alex
06/13/2010 06:48:42 AM · #15
>> I love long exposure shots, but I have a feeling that this challenge is going to be way out of my league; there are going to be some amazing entries. I guess I'll have to suck it up and prepare myself for a sub-5...
Heh.
I haven't broken 5 yet! :)
I'm hoping I will this time. I had a lot of fun doing my shot.
06/13/2010 03:12:22 PM · #16
Im still trying to figure it out on my camera LOL
06/13/2010 03:20:43 PM · #17
Originally posted by JustCaree:

Im still trying to figure it out on my camera LOL


Just go bulb mode if you have a shutter release cable if not just use Tv priority and set the shutter speed to what you want.
06/13/2010 03:31:50 PM · #18
Originally posted by JustCaree:

Im still trying to figure it out on my camera LOL


In shutter-priority (Tv) mode you can go up to 30 seconds programmed. You just set it with the dial. If you have a cable release and want a longer exposure you go to manual mode (M) and this will allow you to set "bulb", where as long as you physically keep the cable release (or shutter button) depressed the shutter stays open. Or at least until your battery runs out :-O

If you are using programemd long exposure without a cable release, activate the self-timer and use a tripod. You program in 20 seconds, whatever, activate self timer, and wait; camera stops moving before shutter is opened.

R.
06/13/2010 03:40:30 PM · #19
Originally posted by jminso:

Originally posted by JustCaree:

Im still trying to figure it out on my camera LOL


Just go bulb mode if you have a shutter release cable if not just use Tv priority and set the shutter speed to what you want.


ok so my longest exposure is 30 seconds :(
06/13/2010 03:43:01 PM · #20
Originally posted by JustCaree:

Originally posted by jminso:

Originally posted by JustCaree:

Im still trying to figure it out on my camera LOL


Just go bulb mode if you have a shutter release cable if not just use Tv priority and set the shutter speed to what you want.


ok so my longest exposure is 30 seconds :(

That should be long enough for most things.
06/13/2010 03:48:18 PM · #21
Also, it says "Use a longer than normal exposure to create the impact of your image." 30-seconds is more than enough for a "longer" exposure.
06/13/2010 04:02:36 PM · #22
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

Also, it says "Use a longer than normal exposure to create the impact of your image." 30-seconds is more than enough for a "longer" exposure.


I know but I had a really cool idea and I thought it all out but I would need atleast a min. I figured my camera would do a minute... guess I was wrong LOL
06/13/2010 04:05:02 PM · #23
//www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/EXT/EXTA.HTM
That website says:
"Shutter speeds from 1/4,000 to 30 seconds, and a Bulb setting for longer exposures."
The bulb setting keeps the shutter closed for as long as you keep the trigger down.
Might be able to a minute then.
06/13/2010 04:14:50 PM · #24
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

//www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/EXT/EXTA.HTM
That website says:
"Shutter speeds from 1/4,000 to 30 seconds, and a Bulb setting for longer exposures."
The bulb setting keeps the shutter closed for as long as you keep the trigger down.
Might be able to a minute then.


Fixed link and now Im gonna go check it out :)
06/13/2010 04:27:06 PM · #25
Originally posted by JustCaree:

Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

//www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/EXT/EXTA.HTM
That website says:
"Shutter speeds from 1/4,000 to 30 seconds, and a Bulb setting for longer exposures."
The bulb setting keeps the shutter closed for as long as you keep the trigger down.
Might be able to a minute then.


Fixed link and now Im gonna go check it out :)


Wow that site has some cool stuff about the camera!! time to pull my manual out!
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