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Old 01-20-2013, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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After taking hundreds of headshots of students this past month, I'm getting tired of the day-to-day portrait photography. I've kind of geared my personal portfolio to a more creative style of photography.

What do you think? Personally I'm finding myself learning more about the camera's behaviours and what not throughout this, and it's a lot more fun!
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I am glad sometimes photography is not a career. Seems like it would not be fun outside of work.
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How do you shoot the stary sky? And do you have light pollution problem with it?
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Since we have significantly more night than day, I've gotten into night photography as of late. Tricky, but fun.

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How do you shoot the stary sky? And do you have light pollution problem with it?
Higher ISO's than you'd think, long exposure(4-5 seconds, any longer and you'll get very small star trails).

Usually you can go down in ISO when you go longer in exposure time, but I've found it works best with a good mixture.....Take that with a grain of salt, I'm still learning.
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