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N 85 B 9.4K C 51 E Jan 12, 2013 F Jan 15, 2013
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For a couple weeks I have been trying to work this shot out. I have been taking shots of the camera and tripod during various locations when I have been shooting long exposures. Up until this past weekend, none of them seemed to work like I wanted.

Saturday evening, while shooting of the sunset long exposures with the 10/22mm, I was also shooting hand held photos of the sunset on the mirror like water surface with my 17/55 lens. I had been taking shots of the camera and tripod for variations of this, but on this one I zoomed in on the camera and took the shot. When I finally processed some of the handhelds taken, this one really stood out with the focus on the camera, but the lovely bokeh and lighting from the view beyond just providing enough detail to know what you are looking at. I then took the photo produced by the 300s long exposure that was being taken by the camera in this photo and placed it on the camera's rear view screen.

So in essence I have captured the capturing of the scene I envisioned when setting up for the long exposure.

Tags:   Wilson Point Middle River Maryland Sunset long exposure

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From last weekend here is a capture I took of the long exposure shot there along the shore of the Susquehanna River in Maryland. Similar to another image I had done a while back I placed the image I was capturing with the LE onto the camera screen with PS Elements 9.

Below in the comments was my first attempt at this creation to help show what images we can perceive as we set up our cameras to shoot.

Tags:   long exposure Maryland Susquehanna Susquehanna State Park

N 27 B 1.5K C 27 E Mar 26, 2013 F Apr 2, 2013
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The other evening last week I had to make another attempt at this idea. This time I shot the second image at 17mm to provide a little more context to the scene beyond the camera. Thought that would work well here given the foreground grass and the piers.

Photoshopped in the image I was taking at that time on the camera screen that was a bulb capture of the scene with the 10mm lens. Like this as the 17mm image shows how the real clouds looked that evening streaming over the river. Both conditions were very pretty.

Tags:   bulb Maryland Middle River Wilson Point long exposure Sunset

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Well here is the 4th version in my series of fun captures of the capturing of the moments ... in this case 3 minutes plus of the clouds passing by this monument that is located on top of Little Round Top there at the Gettysburg Battlefield. I was laying on the ground snapping this image with lots of other tourists around ... they must have thought me nuts :)

Link to the image taken with the bulb exposure: www.flickr.com/photos/kjkmep/8686731851/

My last version of this is fun series is below in the comments:

Tags:   Gettysburg Pennsylvania long exposure bulb Canon

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Here is the 5th image(s) of this series that I am posting. I liked this shot of the shot taken in Wilson Point, Maryland as it also shows the mood and clouds that were streaming overhead that late evening. Very moody :))

Tags:   Wilson Point Maryland long exposure Canon 60D bulb


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