My husband and I spent last week at the hut... and I had to thank for the AMAZING weather we could enjoy. And the peace! It was so fantastic, that I felt like having spent a month out
This time I wanted to try long exposure shots of the moonlit ocean.
I have many shots with different exposures, length of fields and ISO's. I will learn from the exif data + from what I remember on the REAL light (what you see is what the camera captured, NOT what I was seeing)... and I hope to get feedback from those of you who know far more than me.
Deviants new to this kind of photos might find the exif data helpful and interesting, too.
I am not uploading all of them today, and many will go to my scraps. I will make sure to keep linking the scraps to those shots posted in my gallery (the upload order will be random, but the exif data will show dates and times so ordering them will not be difficult).
I also remembered (but only on the last day) to fix the camera clock. If you see 2 pm, it's actually 6 pm or 6:30.
(If you see any time around 6, the clock will be ok).
In most shots I experienced serious pixelation problems, specially on the sky. I might find out why... or not. Comments and constructive critiques are ALWAYS welcome!