am folosit o telecomanda la care puteam sa blochez butonul de declansare . a fost cam frig si am cam inghetat insa a meritat. multumesc . ma bucur ca ti-a placut. (am vizitat si galeria ta, putin cam in fuga din lipsa de timp acu. am sa mai trec si am sa poposesc mai mult )
very very cool man, I am a big fan of the long time exposure stuff, too. One time I left the shutter open on the moon/clouds/tree for like 20 minutes or so. It turned out sweet, but there were too many clouds so you couldn't really see the progression of the moon.
This is a nice piece of work; the composition works well and the tones are of particular interest: I'm fond of the fact that the white of the snow isn't white at all; the warm temperature hue works well in this image.
I feel a little dumb ^^ i saw the photograph and commented and then i read about the 832 seconds (wow, nearly 14 minutes!!) i really love long exposure photography i'm really curious about this wonderful work, which camera you used for this?
It was night so I need a long exposure time . Because of night it was a little hard to focus and my hands froze a little near the photo camera but it worth it . I have a Canon 350D and for this photo I use a 17-40 Conon lens. Thanks
I can understand you here where i live by night is a bit cold too and hands take the worst part It was what happened here, [link] it was around 19:30 P.M. but nearly 0ºC and a damn so cold wind making my hands ache a little By the way, most of the times i use too a 350D, because the exposure bracketing and the remote shooter allows me a lot more variety of things than others but i'm wishing a lot to try long exposures with film
I like your work. It is nice to stay a time near the camera for the exposure time and after that to wait for the camera to process the shot and finally to see a great result. This make the frozen hands and the lost time to deserve it.