On July 20 2019, on the 50th anniversary of the landing on the moon, a stimulation of the Saturn V rocket was projected onto the Washington monument. Then there was a ~15 min show video show demonstrating the entire mission -- take off till splash down in the pacific -- all projected onto the monument. These are a few of the images I was able...
Went to see how much of the Milky Way we could get within an hour of a big city. I like how it turned out. What do you think very interested in feedback and to share this photo.
On a recent business trip to DC, I was able to get out and do some long exposure photos of the monuments. I welcome any feedback.
Long exposure of the Portland Head Lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth Maine. One of my favorite places I have photographed. Wish I lived closer to this landmark. It's quite a long drive from North Carolina!
This is my first long exposure shot that I have done. Let me know what you guys think and what do you think I could improve on when just taking the shot or in post.
i am using welder glass filter as nd filter, this time i used DIN 12 (about 14 stops).
Object is old military research facility in Poland next to Gdynia
These are few of my takes on the rocky mountains. Weather permitting, I could have bettered the composition. Nevertheless, they are pleasing ones. Maybe the next time.
I am not only new to photography in general (bought my first camera in March 2019), but new to long exposure. CC is always welcome. Thank you
A trip to Rickett's Glen in PA this past weekend gave me a plethora of images to play with for the next month mostly all in some sort of water situation. So what is your favorite exposure time on falls 1/3, 1/4, 2", 4"?
I loved the look of these rides! I wish they still used regular light bulbs and not LED but some of the shots really looked cool with the instant color change.
A photo I took on my last night in Glacier National Park. We were treated to an amazing sunset.
Last night I visited this abandoned Morris Oxford and lit it with a Protomachines flashlight.
Full moon night
Feedback is appreciated
Last year for my birthday I got a voucher from a couple of friends: "Night photography course". I finally got around to use it couple of weeks ago. I could chose between Gothenburg and Stockholm and I chose Stockholm because I can do it in Gothenburg basically every night.
I went there on a Friday after work and we were about 7 people...
A snapshot of a dock in Derawan Island, Borneo, Indonesia.
Open for comments and input.
One of my favorite photography subjects. Rocks and water. The exposure on this isn't supper long. Somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 a second. I like the photo as is however, I wish I would have taken another longer exposure, like a 5 minute exposure, for the sky and combined them. Might have to try it next time.