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Bulb (long exposure photos)

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Bulb (long exposure photos)

This group is for those interested in long exposure photography, including 1 second, 5 second, 30 second, or even longer exposures. Bulb is a setting rarely used on cameras. If you have used that setting, maybe you should be a member of this group and post some of your photos here!

Started By: Scottelly
Leader: Scottelly
Established: 20 Oct 2012 - 6:46 AM
Activity: Quiet

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Live Bulb - Olymp...

Did you ever wish that you could see your time exposure photos while they were being made, so you could know when exactly to close the shutter? Well . . . the new Olympus OM-D gives you that option! Wow! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz4g-MFW_t8

20/10/2012 - 7:11 AM | Views 249
15/10/2014 - 11:41 AM
oldjoejust joined the group, have done a few long exposures from a couple of seconds to 192 x 30 second exposures for a star trail, live in a quiet area so was able to set the camera up leave it and go home for a couple of hours, too cold to sit with it at the time. will enjoy seeing other peoples images and hopefully get some inspiration to do more.Grin
21/04/2013 - 9:33 PM
wap69I'v tried long exposure in busy streets and using a tripod is such an hindrance, I'v placed my camara on top of bins, walls, benches and small post's using a shutter release, works great.
20/10/2012 - 7:19 AM
ScottellyJust a comment to kick off this group . . . long exposure photography does not require a tripod. I shoot long exposures without a tripod often. Just tonight, for example, I was shooting from a bridge, using one of the railing posts, to make 15 second exposures of the city. Keep in mind that when it is night, you can shoot some cool photos using more than just 1/30 or 1/8 second exposures. Just put your camera down on your bag, a bench, the curb, or a wall. Set it on self-timer, and make sure the
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