My photo computer is pretty well speced.
i7 -8700 @ 3.2Ghz
NVidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
1TB HDD - 7200 RPM (Main drive)
2TB HDD - 7200 RPM (Image Archive drive)
Internal SD Card Reader
Running Windows 10
An older system, but still plenty capable.
The one lagging item in the package is...
The theme of my early morning devotional last Wednesday was "patient endurance." I remember thinking: "doesn't sound like fun to me."
At noon, coming back from a doctor's appointment, the better half says, "better check your messages." There is a call from an editor at The Conservationist...
This challenge's theme is Long Exposure.
The challenge starts today and ends on Sunday, March 22, 2020.
The tried and trusted rules are as follows:
1. Either take pictures that match the nominated theme or select some from your portfolio. You must be the photographer that created the images...
I mentioned previously that I'm sending my M10 for a warranty claim to adjust the light meter - it seems to be overexposing by about 1-2 stops.
I've had this camera for over a year, and during the early months I was also messing about with a Black Pro-Mist filter. I noticed from the...
It's close to six months I've been shooting Leica M, and it's going ever so strongly. I got two new Cosina Voigtländer lenses (in 21 mm and 50 mm) on order to fill out my lens catalogue -- with a serious 75 mm lens it'll be complete for me.
Life's pretty great. Leica Q still shoots amazing...
For years now, I’ve had a mad, passionate love affair with superzoom cameras. I argue that they are, quite simply, the most versatile cameras on the planet: they will deliver 20-something millimeter equivalent wide angle views when you need them and yet, without changing lenses, draw you close...
Move Along Now. 25seconds f/9 ISO200 shot at 40mm.
Taken on the same night as day 30. Was really enjoying the longer exposure images. You could do these one right after the other and no 2 would look alike. I think I'm going to make a thread and post some more of the shots for the last two...
This is a long exposure (night) shot. This was the least noisy of several I shot and was a 10 sec exposure at F2.0.
I set the camera up before sundown and could have done better with the framing as I was shooting blind tonight at 10:30 pm.
This is a long exposure night shot. After trying a few exposures this result, 10 sec at F2.0, was the best.
Lighting was incandescent inside - no flash used. I was not sure if there would be enough IR to give an image.
Interesting is the narrow patch of garden outside lit by a mix of...