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Old Nov 24, 2012, 4:59 PM   #1
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Default 2 Water shots, and 2 Stary Nights

Hi Folks
These were taken the past couple of days and i finally got the chance to get them off the card.
The first two are shots of the water splashing on the rocks and the last two are from the night of the meteor shower (though I did not stay out long enough to capture the meteors, didn't dress for the event)
Photo Details for the first two:
Canon 60D, Canon 50mm FD Lens with FD to EF Converter. ISO of 800 with an aperture of f/5.6




Photo Details for the next two: Canon 60D, Canon 10-22mm @ 10mm EF-S Lens, with an exposure of 20 Seconds





Thanks for looking, comments are welcomed
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Old Nov 24, 2012, 5:35 PM   #2
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Your star shots are brilliant, what iso setting did you use for those?
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Thank you,
ISO 4000 on the first and 6400 on the second
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Old Nov 24, 2012, 7:41 PM   #4
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Your star shots are brilliant, what iso setting did you use for those?
Ditto here...unfortunately, being an urban dweller, I am quite unable to get to a spot dark enough to capture the stars without any light pollution.

Your images are spectacular--especially the second one with the Milky Way?

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Thank you, though you may live in an urban area I do as well. Though I have found that if you can get about 10-15 miles away from the urban area the sky should clear enough for some nice photos, though the milky way (yes that is in the second photo) may not show up quite clear, it may seem kind of murky. Best advice I can give is get on weather.com and look for the clearest of nights to go. Even a haze in the atmosphere will reflect more light back down to you.
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