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14-12-12, 09:46 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: St. Petersburg. FL.
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cheers for that, i may have had it on aperture setting Phil
I have a graduated neutral density filter that goes up to ten stops. I've had success with setting it on Aperture priority, and using a fairly wide aperture. The camera sets the amount of time up to a limit of 30 seconds.
An intervalometer is also a useful asset as you can put the camera on Manual, and dial in the number of seconds you want. Some cameras - like my Nikon D5100 - have an intervalometer built in. They can be purchased separately, quite cheaply, too.
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