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Clouds over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Los Alamos,  New Mexico.

CL / 55-135mm APO

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On 10/11/2021 at 10:20 AM, Boojay said:

Couple on the CL with my old and trusty Canon 200mm 2.8 just 'cos I could!

 

 

Bokeh to die for.......Jayne, a pleasure to gaze upon.

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I was experimenting to see if I could achieve an Orton effect.  This is a 3 image HDR at -2ev, 0ev and -2ev, with the last shot with lens thrown out of focus.

CL and 18mm f2.8 elmarit.  Shutter speed 30sec for all 3 shots

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1 hour ago, PJ2 said:

I was experimenting to see if I could achieve an Orton effect.  This is a 3 image HDR at -2ev, 0ev and -2ev, with the last shot with lens thrown out of focus.

CL and 18mm f2.8 elmarit.  Shutter speed 30sec for all 3 shots

What was the shooting interval? Those clouds look like they're moving fast. Or is that the effect of the OOF shot?

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Each image was 30 seconds.  A 3 shot exposure in shutter priority.  
 

I was also looking to see if I could also effectively make a 90 second long exposure.  Not sure the long exposure idea worked.  It would be nice if a firmware update included bulb up to 5 minutes.  Unlikely!!

 

sorry, I omitted quote, so have re-posted.  Apologies everyone

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25 minutes ago, LocalHero1953 said:

What was the shooting interval? Those clouds look like they're moving fast. Or is that the effect of the OOF shot?

 

Each image was 30 seconds.  A 3 shot exposure in shutter priority.  
 

I was also looking to see if I could also effectively make a 90 second long exposure.  Not sure the long exposure idea worked.  It would be nice if a firmware update included bulb up to 5 minutes.  Unlikely!!

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