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    This sounds exciting, I'll give it a try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    Here's my thought on this - shoot color, anytime between twilight and dawn.
    I'm currently in Finnmark in Northern Norway, we don't have twilight or dawn at the moment. If the weather permits we have midnight sun... Is that OK

    I'll try to get something in colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BirgerA View Post
    I'm currently in Finnmark in Northern Norway, we don't have twilight or dawn at the moment. If the weather permits we have midnight sun... Is that OK

    I'll try to get something in colour.
    Ad a 4 stop ND filter hehe


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    I'm assuming we are to forgo flash in favor of loooong exposures?
    " Practicing the arts...is a way to make your soul grow." Kurt Vonnegut

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbara ann View Post
    I'm assuming we are to forgo flash in favor of loooong exposures?
    Not necessarily, you could do both, flash and am hour long exposure sounds pretty good to me.


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    Mixed lighting or ambient only is preferred. A flash-only exposure outdoors would tend to show very little background exposure. But if you wanted to get into painting with light using your strobe handheld off-camera that would be perfectly cool too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    Mixed lighting or ambient only is preferred. A flash-only exposure outdoors would tend to show very little background exposure. But if you wanted to get into painting with light using your strobe handheld off-camera that would be perfectly cool too!
    Yea as I said flash followed by 1 hour exposure... And I didn't mean on camera flash, sorry I almost never use that I was thinking strobes and pocket wizards etc


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    Velvia loaded, tripod on board, exposure meter ready, this week I'll try to catch some night colors.

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    Some done already Some Ektar, Portra, and Provia100f (by accident... I meant to bring Velvia50 and instead grabbed the Provia400X!! ugh... so opted for the 100 since the 400X is my PRECIOUS... haha)

    But none processed... that's the tough part with color film, the processing in a timely manner... I may not get to it before this is over...

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    Almost full moon overhere. I would like to make some nightly exposures (don't know what or where yet).
    I'm gonna shoot ISO 400. What would be an appropriate aperture and shutter speed?
    Too long an exposure will make the moon blurry because it moves too fast, I guess?

    Any tips?
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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