40 minutes at myall lakes … [photo of the day]

110513_0005.jpg - one fine day photography - newcastle landscape photographer

110513_0007.jpg - one fine day photography - newcastle landscape photographer

For those who are interested: the first image was a 32 minute exposure at f/4, ISO 100. The second was 8 minutes, f/4, ISO 400. Both were taken in the black of night 😉

17 May 2011 - 9.24am

Kelly B - WOW! Love that first one. Amazing!

17 May 2011 - 7.31am

Myriam - The first one sort of draws you to its core. I love it!

16 May 2011 - 6.08pm

melanie diven - Wow dead if night , it looks like the afternoon evening .

16 May 2011 - 5.18pm

Jelle - I should read the previous comments :-)!

16 May 2011 - 5.18pm

Jelle - Hi,

I like the first picture very much, but how do you know that the exposure is 32 minutes?
Do you take a normal exposure and figure it out or is it just a lucky guess?

Thanks!

Jelle

16 May 2011 - 2.36pm

luke - @Sam: I started with a wider aperture (f/2.8) and higher ISO (1600-ish) and did a couple of 30-second test shots. From there, I figured out the longer exposure by doubling my shutter speed for each 1-stop drop in ISO and aperture 🙂

16 May 2011 - 2.01pm

Sam - Thanks for sharing! I’ve always wanted to give this a go! How did you work out exposure times? Fabulous results!

16 May 2011 - 12.27pm

Bernadette - awesome!!!

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