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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

That "little" ship in Bs7 looks very good indeed!


Thanks Michel, its a trawler from Padstow, I thought it would show a bit of scale.
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Always great to see the North Cornwall coast, and I wasn't familiar with this location so v pleased to see something new to me. I'd vote for Bs4 and T7 from the set so far. TFS!
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Love your Bs8 and the way you got the sweeping footpath into Bs10 Simon, lovely composition. Some more of the boat. It was so funny, we both walked over the crest of the hill to see this red boat and it got both our photographic tastebuds tingling (might also be why I tried to capture it at F1.8

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1/13s f1.8(!) ISO100


T10
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T11
A7iii and 100-400GM @ 400mm
1/13s f5.6 ISO640


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Nice that T9 shows the same scene as Bs7. What i like here, is the village on top, what i like less is that the boat doesn't pop out like in Bs7. Probably because of the metering as you included sky. T11 seems to confirm that. TFS Simon    .
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Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:

Always great to see the North Cornwall coast, and I wasn't familiar with this location so v pleased to see something new to me. I'd vote for Bs4 and T7 from the set so far. TFS!


Thanks Howard, I didn't know about it either and I live here
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That boat was a real eye-catcher, I like the village (Tintagel) you included Simon.

I got a bit bored waiting for the stars to make an appearance, so tried a selfy using a head torch-

Bs10



Then at close to midnight-

Bs11



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Bs12



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That self portrait is really fantastic Simon, perfect exposure and what a genius idea. For the midnight shots, what are your settings / processing? Very clear and pretty noise free despite very little movement in the stars - so I'm assuming very high ISO here? Or is this successful light painting?
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Originally posted by Tricky01 Tricky01 wrote:

That self portrait is really fantastic Simon, perfect exposure and what a genius idea. For the midnight shots, what are your settings / processing? Very clear and pretty noise free despite very little movement in the stars - so I'm assuming very high ISO here? Or is this successful light painting?


Oops, I've been a bit lazy in adding exif, quite low iso but in Bs11 there is a bit of star trail. The sky was still relatively bright then so I did a bit of fill in with my torch.
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Last two from me, this is a bench that overlooks the window, an inscription reads "Michaels Seat". A good bench for pondering the universe and everything in it I think.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Tricky01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 June 2021 at 23:52
Bs14 is a great shot Simon, love how it runs parallel to the milkyway. You might want to remove the streak of a plane or satellite to the right though.
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T12 - break in shooting


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20s, f4ish ISO2000


T14
A7iii Laowa 12mm or 15mm
30s f4ish ISO2000
26 shots over 15 minutes


T15
A7Riii Laowa 12mm or 15mm
20s f4ish ISO 3200
51 shots over 20 minutes


T16 - one of the shots from T15 with shooting star
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T17
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T18
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These look great Simon, I like the trails, especially 14 where you managed to get the foxgloves in and how lucky were you to get the shooting star in 16! My favourite is probably 17 with the tree silhouettes with the milky way above, beautiful. And kudos for staying the extra hour for the stream photo!
Your pp is much more subtle than my hamfisted approach too, I'm going to have to have another look at mine I think!
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I really like T14 and T15. Someone on the horizon seems to have switched on some lights. This looks as a distraction at first sight, but together with the slightly unnatural colors (compared to T14) it works very well.
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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

I really like T14 and T15. Someone on the horizon seems to have switched on some lights. This looks as a distraction at first sight, but together with the slightly unnatural colors (compared to T14) it works very well.
Thanks Michele, yeah, I agree on the lights being a distraction. I tried to remove them but they did so much painting it was impossible to remove them - it's actually a car with lights on full beam driving around
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