93 thoughts on “Bus Number Nine.

  1. These shots at spectacular. I look forward to following you and hope you’ll follow back. Do you use a phone or a full camera?

    -ejc

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      • So far my photography has been all with my iPhone, but I’m very much looking forward to branching out and learning aperture, lighting, exposure, and everything else using a DSLR camera.

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  2. I remember bus No.9. I think it was a London No.9 but it could have been Reading. Ah, that’s it, I remember now, London No.9 drives through Covent Garden, Reading No.9 drives past the Abbey ruins. Both have connotations. Both are clouds.

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      • What version of Photoshop do you have? It has the ability to make a stunning 32 bit file for much more shadow detail: You take one under exposed, one exposed normally and one over exposed shot. The program converts it to a 32 bit shot with tons of darness definition, resolution and 16 million colors!

        I’m planning to make more star pictures, using this teqnique to capture more stars, as well as using a 24 mm lens at 3200 ISO, even further out-of-town. They should be awsome!

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      • Yes, I make my pictures with my Canon MK III. For night photography and long exposures I always use a tripod to prevent camera shakes.

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      • That’s better than my camera :O( I’m going to take a close up of myself falling from a building… Just as long as I preserve the camera. That’s the important thing! LOL! Interesting we can share our capture techniques and such… There are things you could teach me. And I’m all ears :O)

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      • Interesting! I wonder what more is in your bag of tricks… Looking forward to reading you more often, and maybe, just maybe I’ll find out. Thank you for your relys Lemanshots… Much appreciated!

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  3. Great shot. A friend told me that London’s buses make the best light trails and I had a lot of fun playing with them when we visited two years ago. Cheers

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    • I also spent some evenings at Londons busy streets, waiting for the fantastic red and lightful double-decker buses to make some light trails…and then eagerly waited for watching the results on the computer! ;-))

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  4. Chciałbym tylko napisać że bardzo mi się podoba to zdjęcie. Kompozycja i uchwycenie momentu.
    I would just like to write that I really like this photo. The composition and capturing the moment 🙂

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  5. You should post a tutorial to walk us ammeters through creating this effect. Don’t ask me how you’d go about it, but I would definitely read or watch it if you did.

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