gcflora wrote in post #11957258
Regarding SEAL ROCK, how did you stop the stars trailing?
I was fine as long as I kept the shutter under 30 seconds.
wannabe_pro_someday wrote in post #11955316
@Shawnwc- What lens and settings did you use to obtain that picture? i've tried capturing stars a few times with basically no success. they just dont show up, even when i set my shutter speed to 10secs. granted i don't have an L lens in my collection yet, so if thats all it is then i would be happy as i'm getting one soonish.
I shot this with Canon 5D, 24-70 f2.8L, wide open to f2.8, ISO 320, set my shutter 15sec. The L lens is not what I needed, just Practice, patience, & experiment with your settings. An 18-55 f3.5 could pull these off. I was anywhere from 3sec to 25 & 30sec on some of the nite shots. You will want to have a remote trigger, We did have a guy setting his timer since he didn't have a trigger with him. Getting the light to your sensor is the key.
Phrasikleia wrote in post #11952242
Magnificent rock formation! It really works well in B&W. Where in northern Arizona is this? On a reservation? It doesn't look familiar to me.
Thank you, The color was OK but I thought the B/W worked well on this too.
This was on the res outside Tuba City area.