A long exposure

Image taken with Nikon D800E and Nikon 28-300 f/3.5-5.6 lens using a 10 stops B+W 110ND filter. This is the only thing that I miss on the 14-24, not being able to use this fantastic ND filter.

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I altered the color for a more artistic look, and I had a good reason for that. For one more time I forgot to block the viewfinder during the long exposure, and I got a magenta cast on the photo. I should probably tape a note on the camera to remember that, since I’ve ruined many daily long exposures this way !!

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2 Responses to A long exposure

  1. Angus says:

    Why do you need to block the viewfinder? Is there light leakage? Does that happen with D600? Best Angus

    • kbesios says:

      With the D700 I didn’t have a ant problems at long exposures during daylight, the D800 show a magenta cast if I don’t close the viewfinder (probably light entering). I don’t know about the D600, I hadn’t a chance to shoot with it. Both the D700 and D800 have a curtain that blocks the viewfinder, so its just a simple process of remembering to do it, I don’t know if the D600 has that switch.

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