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Old 01-10-2017, 12:14 AM   #10501 (permalink)
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Old 01-11-2017, 06:07 PM   #10502 (permalink)
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I like that first action shot


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Old 01-11-2017, 07:47 PM   #10503 (permalink)
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I like that first action shot
Thanks. ^_^ We had some nice, powdery snow to play with.
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Old 01-11-2017, 09:44 PM   #10504 (permalink)
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Was wondering when you'd show up in this thread again
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Was wondering when you'd show up in this thread again
not sure if that is good or bad lol
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not sure if that is good or bad lol
It's all good. You take better photos than I do!
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Custom white balance. And get the fuck away from whatever that blue light source is
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that light was my phone being on the car for like a second,
but i was using the tint and temperature to try and get rid of the yellow light on the car coming from a street lamp. this is how it looked with less tint




doing my car was a bit easier since i didn't have to worry about the yellow light showing on the dark miata.

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Carry a flashlight in your car. works wonders for long exposures
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Carry a flashlight in your car. works wonders for long exposures
Then you can do cool things like this (not my photos, just examples):





I tried doing long exposure myself, but when I was testing to see how much light pollution there was, this is what I got with 2 seconds of exposure

Edit: Which I forgot was at 1600 ISO:

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Kinda ridiculous, but kinda cool because it almost looks like a sunset on a cloudy day. I'll try going down to Robert Moses and hope no cops kick me out for parking on the side of the road.

Edit: Here, this is at 100 ISO and 10 seconds of shutter, but still ridiculous:

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Anyways, here's some normal stuff that I tried out. I really need to tint my front indicators or use different bulbs so they're actually amber:

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I want to go back to that place and try a longer exposure and a lower ISO, not only to reduce grain but also to improve the lighting.

Edit: Also, here's a silly shot of my finger using 68 mm worth of extension tubes:

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