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Old Aug 14, 2011, 8:26 PM   #1
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Default Night Shoot at Troll Falls

I planned a night photography workshop for last night from 10pm to 4am and held it at Troll Falls in Kananaskis, Alberta. A group of us met up at Tim Horton's coffee shop to get our coffee's before heading out to the falls. These were shot with the 5dMII, Samyang 14mm 2.8.

100 photos stacked in CS5 makes up the falls scene.

The light of the full moon set each scene perfectly.

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Old Aug 14, 2011, 8:29 PM   #2
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Awesome! In the first shot, the water looks like snow!
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Thanks JeannieBug!
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Here's another.
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Neat! Those clouds must have been moving really fast, because the stars are perfect! Do you add the vignetting, or is that a lens artifact?
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The lens vignetting is - 1. The scene is very dark and next to no light other than what the moon is providing and 2. I only lit up what I wanted lit which is what you see. I'm here behind the falls lighting it up. The photo provided by one of the students who just happened to take the shot. You can see just how dark it is as this area sits below and out of the way from any moon light.

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That's neat! The vignetting is so even, I figured it was from the lens! Nope! Just an extremely talented person looking through the viewfinder...
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BTW, I've heard of Tim Horton's... I heard they make the best coffee and snacks. (There's a gal on a different forum that I'm on that talks about it.)
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Ya, if your talking about it then your drinking it, and if your drinking it, you're addicted to it. You'll see a quiet slow steady stream of people going to Starbucks or Second Cup but when you look at Tim Horton's, the line ups are long and most times out the front door and drive throughs have line ups through parking lots. It's crazy.
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these are just amazing. gives a very magical appearance.
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