Long Exposures.. let's see them

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Please feel free to add yours :smile:
Here are a couple of shots I took this weekend:

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Awesome shots. I need to figure out how do do this and give it a crack. I assume one needs a corded remote as its a little more than just slowing your shutter speed right?
 
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The camera timer is only used to prevent vibrations, so I don't have to touch the camera to take the photo. The exposure is manually set to f/22 at 30 seconds, ISO 100. I used a 10 stop ND + 3 stop soft.
 
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Great colors JGI

Here is one from Dultuh, MN - Lake Superior. 10 Second exposure

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Joseph I do not really know how long of an exposure you want us to post here. I rarely shoot an exposure of several seconds.
This is a shot in very early morning light at Grand Teton National Park. It has been over 4 years since I made it and I cannot remember exactly how long the exposure was but I am quite sure it was in the neighborhood of around 1/4sec. or so.
If that is considered a long exposure, it is for my style of photography, here we go.


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I cannot remember exactly what I used but I do remember I took my D1X and the 28-105 AF Nikkor for that trip.

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Lightening

Here's one I took last summer during a amazing lightening storm. What was amazing about the storm was the high interval of strikes. Shot this with my Sigma 10-20, exposure was 14 seconds. Three separate strikes, after the first two strikes I almost ended the shot and right at the last moment the strike in the center happened. Pure luck. In the span of a few hours I shot 100's of photos which resulted in about 10 keepers.

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Taken a few years ago at Greatfalls, MD side.

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Joseph I do not really know how long of an exposure you want us to post here. I rarely shoot an exposure of several seconds.
This is a shot in very early morning light at Grand Teton National Park. It has been over 4 years since I made it and I cannot remember exactly how long the exposure was but I am quite sure it was in the neighborhood of around 1/4sec. or so.
If that is considered a long exposure, it is for my style of photography, here we go.


http://i332.photobucket.com/albums/m360/camerapapi/Grand-Teton-WEB.jpg


I cannot remember exactly what I used but I do remember I took my D1X and the 28-105 AF Nikkor for that trip.

William Rodriguez
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William,
Very nice and pleasing composition. I guess 1/4 sec would be not long, but not fast either. Either way, it's a great capture. Please add more!





Nice captures!
 

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I don't have access to my desktop at this moment with other long-exposure photos, but this shot's actually sort of neat, in that Fridgehenge (AKA Stonefridge) was torn down several years back :

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That's the full moon setting just before dawn, not the sun, BTW...




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Self-portrait :biggrin:

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30 second exposure and 16 F degrees with a slight breeze too :eek:

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My share...

SR-G&B filter..10secs@f/22...D200@105mm
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