Nice capture. What settings did you use?
well,Tony calculate the average speed of a small motor launch, adjust for the shallow estuary, judge the distance of travel related to the size of an average family saloon by producing perspective lines to infinity, and you should be able to make an estimate of the shutter speed (assuming a steady speed of the boat, of course) - which was actually probably a couple of minutes or so, long enough for the greenish street-lighting to be exposed (allowing for reciprocity failure etc, being film) - and waiting for a lighting flash, and crossing fingers. Er, seriuosly, a couple of minutes at about f/11ish on ISO 50 with 165mm lens (equivalent to 85mm in 35mm camera) should be roughly right - but long exposures are quite forgiving and I seldom record details. Any help? Graham
Indeed it does! Thank you for the detail.
Greetings from Italy
thank-you Sderrigato - it was great fun taking it - from the safety of my front porch ;D
certainly, is a beautiful shot!))
thanks Алексей Сикорский - I had a lot of fun taking this, and the others taken at the same time :)
I´m afraid of thunder and lightening but this is great
I was safely inside the porch of my house, Berliner_Göre ;) - thank-you again :)
Thanks for your explanations, I have read all comments. You have my Like. :)
you mean you're not confused, Liutauras G. ?
I was always confused seeing lightning pictures. Your comment "how it works" was really nice, especially in the beginning - all important factors were mentioned. ;) Nothing else can confuse me any more. :D
:) Liutauras G.
Nice capture! Beautiful shot!
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