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Old Oct 2, 2014, 11:21 PM   #11
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Millmerrin certainly has over 500 images to it
Here's the link into that Flickr album - the campfire is the 2nd image on display
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ozzie_...7629868649068/

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Aah yes. That's a real beauty. Wish I had been there.
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Old Oct 2, 2014, 11:36 PM   #12
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I have not a clue of what y'all are talking but I am enjoying it and I am in awe of photos with hundreds of images used to make a final cut. It truly is quite awesome............
Thanks Bob. And I have news for you. Your EM1 has just turned you into a star trail expert. Find yourself a tripod, a fairly dark sky, spin the dials to manual and ISO 800, set shutter speed to Live Comp with 20-25 secs per frame and press the shutter once to ready the camera and a second time to start the process. Next, go have a beer as you watch your favorite game on TV. Give it at least 20 minutes for the trails to form and voila! Star trails! Another reason I love this camera.

Oh... don't forget to focus on infinity (not past) like I did the first time. You just may have to drink another beer. Cheers!
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Thanks Bob. And I have news for you. Your EM1 has just turned you into a star trail expert. Find yourself a tripod, a fairly dark sky, spin the dials to manual and ISO 800, set shutter speed to Live Comp with 20-25 secs per frame and press the shutter once to ready the camera and a second time to start the process. Next, go have a beer as you watch your favorite game on TV. Give it at least 20 minutes for the trails to form and voila! Star trails! Another reason I love this camera.

Oh... don't forget to focus on infinity (not past) like I did the first time. You just may have to drink another beer. Cheers!
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I have the tripod (waiting for M1 to return from Olympus) so maybe one of those DARK nights I might give it a whirl to see how it is done... then if I get hooked maybe a trip to near west Texas, a camp out & star trails.

Likely not that I will get it tried, you already have me playing with HDR which I had committed NEVER to get involved with.
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I have the tripod (waiting for M1 to return from Olympus) so maybe one of those DARK nights I might give it a whirl to see how it is done... then if I get hooked maybe a trip to near west Texas, a camp out & star trails.

Likely not that I will get it tried, you already have me playing with HDR which I had committed NEVER to get involved with.
Never say never, Bob.
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