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[15 imgs] Two months of daytime long exposure fun
Lens: DA15, what else? Camera: K-x and K-5 Photo Location: Melbourne ISO: 100 
Posted By: twitch, 08-09-2011, 08:53 PM

This is a collection of images I've been shooting in the past 2 months during lunchtimes or commutes home, all long exposures achieved through the use of ND filters. It's been a fun learning experience, me and my mini tripod and 6 & 10 stop ND filters are now well acquainted

If you are a reader of the "DA15 controls my mind" thread then don't read any further, you've probably seen all of these before

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08-09-2011, 09:03 PM   #2
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Great photography, the ND filters seem to be the ticket for daytime photos such as yours. Looks like that will go on my list for daytime lightning shots. I really enjoyed viewing this series, thanks Bob
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these are pretty awesome shots, might have to give this a go around.
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Having lurked in the DA15 thread for a while, this is the cream of the cake. Damn I want one!

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All are great, but the first one is outstanding!
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A new perspective on familiar scenes. Very well done
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Good work twitch.
The long exposures transform these scenes.
Very surreal.
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Really really awesome.. Can you share what you did to get those shots... Those are some great shots...

thx

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Some really impressive shots.
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great job of depicting profane subjects in a new way
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Amazing series. Thanks for sharing.
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Spectacular as always!!!
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Thanks all for your comments and compliments


QuoteOriginally posted by EdwardConde Quote
Really really awesome.. Can you share what you did to get those shots... Those are some great shots...

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Sure, thanks. I used a DA15 with a 10 stop ND filter screwed on it and mounted the camera on a table top tripod. I started with ISO100, f/16, 15s settings and then adjusted shutter speed from there for correct exposure. I then processed the B&W's through silver efex. Hope that helps.
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This is an excellent, marvelous series. For some reason the B&W gives much drama to the pictures.

Thanks for sharing, you make me want to take out my filters and experiment with them again.
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Great shots! Superb architecture shots, and I like that carousell wheel really much too. Well done!
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