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Old 7th December 2009
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Night Photography

Over the past few week s I have been experimenting with night photography. After a rocky start and doing daft things like leaving lens caps on, taking photos with the lens covered in raindrops, and forgetting to take gloves, torches and spare batteries, I am starting to get the hang of things.

This is the Forth Bridges, and is a 118 second exposure at f3.2, and ISO 100. The white streak in the sky is a plane coming into land at Edinburgh airport.


This last one is the Forth Rail Bridge, and is a 118 second exposure at f5.6, and ISO 100.


This last one was taken at Kenmore looking west along Loch Tay, about an hour after sunset, hence the very blue sky. This is a 92 second exposure at f6.3, and ISO 100. Any suggestions as to what I can do to remove the 'green noise' in the left side of the water would be very much appreciated.


Get your tripods out and give it a go
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