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Liseleje by night...
Liseleje by night...
Data: NIKON D300S, 16mm - f/8.0, 1471sec, ISO200
Original filesize: 35MB tiff
Captured
on 01/26-2010
Liseleje Strand
Author: Rune Bjerre
www.runebjerre.dk
Uploaded
04/26-2010
See more pictures by Rune Bjerre
Categori: Nature
Description:
Min foreløbig længste eksponering... Det var koldt at stå i 12 graders frost og vente på at kameraet arbejdede. Men lyset var smukt - måneskinnet dansede over småbølgerne når jeg vendte mig om. Og stilheden og stemningen var helt i top. Spekulerede på om jeg skulle tage hjem og hente familien så de kunne opleve det, men klokken havde passeret midnat og min cola var begyndt at fryse, så det ville nok ikke have været populært. Da kameraet endelig blev færdigt, var det og stativet dækket af et tyndt lag af rimfrost...

Aynia Brennan
#1

Comment
04/26-2010
22:47 by
Aynia Brennan
Star trails in the snow!! Not something I would ever have attempted!! It's a cracking good shot!! :)

#2

Comment
04/27-2010
11:30 by
Deleted profile
Ja, det må have været smukt. Billedet er veludført. På den anden side, er det eneste det viser det er et natbillede, de iriterende hvide streger på himlen ;o)
Fasinerende.

Nelly Hansen
#3

Comment
04/27-2010
18:13 by
Nelly Hansen
Et meget smukt billede, hvor man lige bliver mindet om jordens rotation.

JH
#4

Comment
04/27-2010
22:45 by
JH
Flotte sager, Rune !
Fascinerende skud, som også Bjarne skriver !

Frits Thomsen
#5

Comment
04/27-2010
22:52 by
Frits Thomsen
Jeg ved ikke ...?? ... egentlig synes jeg at nattebilleder helst skal SE UD som de er taget om natten ....
Hvis man tog et billede i dagslys og underbelyste det 10 blændetrin ... ville det så også være interessant ?
eller bare underbelyst ??

MVH
Frits

JH
#6

Comment
04/27-2010
22:56 by
JH
Hvis man tog et billede i dagslys og underbelyste det 10 blændetrin ... ville det så også være interessant ?

Ja !
Hvis resultatet er lige så spændende som hér ! )

Kim Petersen
#7

Comment
04/28-2010
01:57 by
Kim Petersen
Hmm - Da jeg så billedet første gang var min første tanke; hvad vil du dog med det billede ?

Ville det ikke have været lettere at vente med at tage billedet næste dag i ordentlig dagslys.

Det er da interessant at man kan tage billeder om natten, med lang exponering, men det skaber nogen underlige streger på himlen (aflange stjerner), og der er slet ingen nattestemning over dette billede.


Aynia Brennan
#8

Comment
04/28-2010
09:15 by
Aynia Brennan
Gosh... am I the only person who actually likes the star trails? I think the picture would be just another "boring" snow photo if it was taken during the day. But what I might have done differently is lower iso, smaller/narrower apperture (like F22) and got the sky a bit darker and the star trails more prominent. But perhaps Rune only accidentally got star trails in his photo! ??

Rune Bjerre
#9

Comment
04/28-2010
21:09 by
Rune Bjerre
What a nice bunch of comments! Thank you all.

I think the main reason for this picture was that I saw a picture of a landscape with startrails some time ago - apart from the startrails it looked like day, and that really made me wonder. Somehow the picture was completely unreal, exactly because it was a nightphoto that looked like day. I instantly wanted to try to do something like it. My first try is in this thread: http://www.naturephotos.d....

I think the beach picture in this thread is a pretty good try, but I have a few things i want to do better. The snow on the beach makes the overall impression to light and the sky is a bit to light with the startrails a bit to weak. I am still trying to find the balance between trails and sky. #8 - because it is a long "bulb" exposure the wideness of the startrails is defined by 3 things - the darkness and clarity of the sky (moon, no moon etc), the aperture and the lens. On the other hand the length of the trails is defined by the shutter speed. In my experience the aperture have to be between 5.6 and 8 to avoid weakening the trails to much, when using my lens on 16mm.

I will keep experimenting, but it is amazingly difficult to find a clear night sky without moon and a landscape without light pollution. Even in the picture above the lights from some swedish towns are clearly visible above the horizon.
And it will be even harder in the summer...




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