I did some more time exposure photography while helping my wife with her final project for her film photography class. I was along to keep her company and to be an assistant.
This image was taken from a scenic overlook southeast of Reno looking across Reno using my Pentax K-5. I have some other night images of Reno that I will post in a few days now that I have some time since the semester is over.
Shot at ISO 80, F16, 302 sec.
Posted in Night Photography, Pentax K-5, Photography, Photos, Techniques, Time Exposure
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To those that follow my blog, I was sick for about a month and did not have the energy to do much. I am feeling much better now and am resuming posting information and updates to here.
I was reviewing the stats and noticed that people are searching about long exposures with the Pentax K-5. The current firmware allows up to a 30 second exposure in the modes that will allow you to change settings that affect the shutter speed. It is important to remember that this camera also provides a “B” or bulb mode and when set here the shutter is open as long as you hold down the shutter release. When using “B” mode a remote is almost mandatory to avoid camera shake induced by the photographer touching the camera during the exposure.
Here is an exposure made in “B” mode and a remote.
Time Exposure ISO 100 F/11 97.0 sec