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Long Exposure B&W

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by Xenon100F, Oct 11, 2018.

  1. Xenon100F

    Xenon100F Premium Member

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    Took these photos in downtown Vancouver 6 or 7 months ago.
    First photo is a residential tower.
    The second photo is Trump Tower.

    Fuji X-T2, XF 18-55mm, 4 min exposure, Adobe Lightroom



    LE 1.jpg

    LE 2.jpg
     
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    and again...

    LE 3.jpg

    LE 4.jpg
     
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    Well done!
     
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    Nice pics.
    There does seem to be some odd circular banding in the first and fourth pics though.
     
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    Yes, I think it's due to the first and fourth photos being heavily cropped.
    The first was preventable on my part... I just happened to like the composition much better after I cropped the image on my computer.
    The building in the fourth photo had another building partially blocking it and needed to be cropped more and rotated 45 degrees to get the angle I wanted.

    4 min long exposures can test your patience and it was quite cold in February when these photos were taken.
    With the cloud movements, you often don't know what you'll get until after a long wait.
    Clouds sometime move very slowly resulting in a boring photo and often times there's a long wait for clouds to even appear on a clearer day.
    I decided to turn the in-camera Noise Reduction off.
     
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    Really enjoyed them, well done.

    Alan
     
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