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in Dublin with my Son (in Pic)
5 second exposure.
Brillint piece of photography here. Gives a great sense of speed!
Wonderful image, well done.
Cheers guys, appreciate it. Paul
Outstanding.... real skill..........!!! large is a must..
Ah your too kind Nikki
Worked out very well Paul, even down to the expression on Padraig's face .... brilliant well done buddy
GReat long exposure.
Yeah, quite pleased with the outcome myself Eamo. Cheers Scott.
yeah i do look pretty damn cool alright
Yeah? well somehow a song by "The Spice Girls" springs to mind
Excellent creative long exposure Paul. Ron.
great time lapse
Thanks guys. Paul
A wonderful idea and fantastically executed. Have you used any slow sync flash here? The shadow would tend to indicate not, but just curious!
Wonderful capture. What a great image. Fabulous........Sandy
Thanks David and Sandy. No flash David, don't even have one cos I traded it for the 10-20 that took this shot
Inspirational . Love the zooming car lights .
Cheers guys and Garry for the award. Paul
the comps great but ....
hmmm ....what f stop did you use? as there is lens flare and a well bleached light in this which can be easily remedied with a change of settings
Hi Diana, settings were 5 secs @ F11, iso 100, 10-20mm lens @10mm.
I thought about cloning out the flare but decided to leave it in the end. Whats bleached light?
Well for one there is a lot of light anyway for a long expo, so personally I would have found a less lit place, but hey, you chose to do it here and so lets work with that....
So.. I would have used maybe f22 for this place, exposed for longer too this would have reduced the ‘bleached’ light of the lamp to the right, the one that looks kind of starry but would have been much more starry with a smaller aperture and reduced the bleachiness/brightness in the car trails, then I would have used a flash to pop the model to get him sharper..no flare..you dont need P/shop if you get it right in cam ..and you can
Hi Diana, thats excellent feedback and I appreciate it. We had planned a different spot with less light but when we got there there was a load of road works so we had to look for a different spot. Dont go into town much but when I get another chance I'll certainly take your advice.
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