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Made a huge ISO mistake shooting Mt. Whitney this past weekend

 
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Jun 26, 2017 18:14 |  #1

This past Saturday night I was camping in the Alabama Hills doing some astrophotography. All went well on that end. On Sunday, I woke up about 5AM and decided I may as well get some pics of the Eastern Sierra ridge line with Mt. Whitney as the main subject. I did say my astrophotography went well didn't I?

So...guess where I messed up for my next morning Whitney shots? lol.


Landscapes during morning light at ISO 3200 are glorious and highly underrated. I suggest you all try it. :lol:


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Nov 09, 2017 08:26 |  #2

I have been there and done that.




  
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Nov 09, 2017 17:16 |  #3

Sibil wrote in post #18492539 (external link)
I have been there and done that

, bought the shirt, didn't want the hat.




  
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Nov 09, 2017 17:21 |  #4

I love running outside to finally get that Blue Jay that hangs around only to realize when I get inside that it was still on ISO 800 and 1/10s exposure.


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Nov 10, 2017 20:52 |  #5

I used to do this. Now I have 2 custom functions set up for landscapes - with and without bracketing. I accidentally shot my GXII @ ISO 2000 for a shot in early light acouple of years ago, but exposed it OK at the time and printed it 16x24 and you can't tell at all.


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