Long Exposure Photography | Slowing Down | ข่าวสารล่าสุดเกี่ยวกับ long exposure คือ

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Long Exposure Photography | Slowing Down และรูปภาพที่เกี่ยวข้องlong exposure คือ

Long Exposure Photography | Slowing Down

Long Exposure Photography | Slowing Down


long exposure คือ และข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้อง

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39 comments

Thomas Heaton 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Did I mention my 2018 Calendar is available? #justsaying http://thomasheaton.co.uk/shop/2018-calendar/

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Matthew Leite 08/09/2021 - 05:58

At f/22 is diffraction not an issue, or not enough for you to worry about in a scene like this? I definitely agree with the slooow down. I have to remind myself all the time. Great video as usual.

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Louise Carlan 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I know this video is slightly out of date but I just wanted to say this was a very good video into long exposure, this is something I wanted to try and this has inspired me lots. I struggle in the winter periods, I love the summer and their warm evenings, I normally struggle with motivation during the winter months.

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Monte Wills 08/09/2021 - 05:58

So wonderful thanks for sharing your passion….

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Curve Ahead 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Watching this at 1.25x speed puts it back to normal.

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parz1 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I'm stuck where I am .

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Conon Barrett 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Love that first shot, looks ethereal 😍

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Jennie Judd 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Fantastic video 🙂 thank you for being such a wonderful inspiration 😉

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Romie Miller 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I like your CD trick for the tripod. I'll have to remember that.

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Ramsey Mellette 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Ah! You explained it. 🙂

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Ramsey Mellette 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Why did you place discs under the tripod legs?

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Ray Tong 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I love the CD idea for stopping your tripod from moving. Wish I knew that before. Thank you.

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mazdaram226 08/09/2021 - 05:58

You are the Brian Cox of photography, and you have the same accent … great videos matey , learning loads from you..

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Binge Binge 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Oh, you did mean CDs, I thought that's some jargon…

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EndTimeImages 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I recently exposed really long. 8 Minutes and more. It‘s fun, it‘s relaxing and it can be totally frustrating when you find out you forgot to set your exposure time to „bulp“ before you triggered the shot with your remote control 😂 Waited 8 Minutes, exposed less than a second 😁

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Jay Callaghan 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I would have taken the time to get a quick shot of the castle but included the beautiful reflection of the clouds on that water.

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C Michael Haugh 08/09/2021 - 05:58

It took me a while to get to this one, but well worth mining your older videos. A great way to spend a lazy Saturday morning under quarantine!

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Matt Benson 08/09/2021 - 05:58

That CD hack is genius!

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Maciej Lewicki 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Hey, I'm just discovering your channel and I like it very much so far!
I keep wondering – what are the advantages of using ND filters? I can understand how they are really needed for filming, but in case of stills why not just take multiple exposures and blend them together afterwards? See, you needed to go as low as F/22 and you were worried about some family invading your frame. Taking multiple exposures gives you much more flexibility: you can use whatever F number you like, you can remove faulty frames (with people, tripod shake, etc), you can decide later how much time you really want to integrate into this one frame, you can make a short gif/clip from sub-frames, etc. I'd gladly hear your thoughts on that.

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Madcat100 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Which CD's are you supporting the tripod with? Hope they are Elton Johns!!!!!

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Stephen Robbie 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I still love this video, years after first watching it. One of my favourites of yours, I think I had just came back from a manic holiday, the first ever with my camera and it was exactly what I needed to watch. This video and the one where you say nothing are my favourites.

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MrBrad898540 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Street Photography can be just as challenging. I've had days where I have shot over three hundred images. Then I can have the opposite where I might only get twelve. The important thing always, is to enjoy what you're doing, and to enjoy the day you went out.

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Kris C 08/09/2021 - 05:58

appropriate use of compact discs

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Stephen Milner 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Hi Thomas
Great video and thank you for sharing. 
Your videos are always a joy to watch and to be honest, they inspired me to start my own channel.
I am a film shooter and I recently shared a video where I was shooting long exposures with a roll of 120 Fujifilm Velvia 50 with my Mamiya 7 at an old pier in New Zealand.  
After scanning the film I printed a selection of the images on Hahnemuhle paper and they turned out great.
If you have the time, I would love to hear your thoughts on my video.
Thanks again
Stephen

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Glenda Rowland 08/09/2021 - 05:58

The CDs to support the tripod in the water is genius. I’m packing some for our trip to Norway and UK in a few weeks. Great video as usual Thomas. I’m guilty of rushing it sometimes. Have to slow down and stop myself and just enjoy the moment.

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Janne Hintze 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Who are these Thumbs down-people?
This video was absolutely beautiful, thank you!
I just got my first DSLR and I´m sucking youtube´s photograph-videos like there were no tomorrow :).

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sridharkana's view 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Don't watch .. really waste of time

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Chazilla3000 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Only a 30 second exposure?! I’d say that’s pretty good for broad daylight lol

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James Michael 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I am glad you finally found a use for Mariah Carey CDs.

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Kris Schofield 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Have you looked into 16 stop filters? Will make a 250/sec into 4 minutes with a much better F stop. The Format-Hitech firecrest filters are great and neutral with no magenta colour cast.

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Steve Mozzie 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Just watched this again Thomas. Love this area.

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Celso Mollo 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Why dis you need to be still if you were going to blur the water like that? You missed an incredible show with the still water and the clouds perfectly mirrored on it. If you were going to blur which is fine you would make it even better if you have moved the water a bit more.

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WhatHappenedTo 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Watching you is like watching bob ross in modern times

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yazphoto 08/09/2021 - 05:58

very interesting video and i like very much, I would like to ask what the target when you put theCD AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TRIPOD; THANKS

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Kevin Richardson 08/09/2021 - 05:58

I used to get wound up by setting up my composition, working out the length of my long exposure etc … and then something happening, like the clouds disappearing like they did for you in this video. The other day, I was on the coast (I live in Chiba, Japan and there's some stunning coastline) … and I'd just found an awesome location, got myself set up etc etc … and then just as I was going to take my shot, a fisherman came along and plonked his ugly plastic chilly bin on the rocks just inside my shot (I'm still using screw on ND filters … so recomposing is always going to take time). Anyway, to cut a long story short, I took a few deep breathe, unscrewed my filter … tried recomposing, but nothing really was as good as the composition I'd found earlier … and rather than stress about it, I just thought … ok … sometimes, you just have to move on and look for another location … it's a free country and I'm no more important than that fisherman … let it go. I found other locations that day … and I got at least one shot that I was kind of happy with. But then, just before packing up and catching the train home, I took a handheld "snapshot" of a beaten up old fishing boat with my ISO set pretty high (3200 I think) … just because I was walking along the beach and thought, that looks interesting. I got home … and yeah, some of my long exposure seascapes were okay … but the one and only photo that really popped and made me smile with that "yeah, nice!!!!" was the one of the fishing boat that I'd really made no effort on. Kind of reminded me that my lesson that day, was just to never get too bothered about missing a great shot … because the next great shot is always coming … it's like missing a wave when your surfing .. maybe it was "the one", maybe not … it's not important … just being there is 🙂

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Conrad Daniels 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Using cd's to disperse the weight of the tripod so it doesn't sink….genius. It's the small tips that make a world of difference.

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michael earl 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Love the videos and love the outputs but what are your thoughts on Long Exposure Noise Reduction? After your exposure in this video you look at the picture straight away…Im assuming you don't use it or is there a time and place?

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Krishna Poddar 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Thomas is the Bob Ross of landscape photography

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Mike Sperrey 08/09/2021 - 05:58

Am I the only one who wonders what CDs they were?

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