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There Seems To Be Electricity In The Air

Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by accurateshot, Jul 8, 2008.

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  2. MikeG76

    MikeG76

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    Nice captures. What's your method? Auto exposure of 5 sec every so often? Or something similar?
     
  3. I used to set to f11 or f8 and then run the shutter from ten to thirty seconds depending on how many strikes I want in one frame. I just bought a shutter remote cord set to f11 or so and put on bulb. Open the shutter until I want to close it. I can open the shutter faster this way so I don't have to use the timer, I seem to get more keepers.
     
  4. Cima2oo7

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    Nice captures! I was just getting ready to make a thread asking for pointers on capturing lightning strikes.
     
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