I told myself last night that if I was awake before the sun came up I’d get up and go to the Union Station in Ogden and shoot some of the static displays there. I’ve always wanted to do this and just never got around to it. It was snowing and the longer I was there the harder it snowed. Shots I’ll post later will definitely have snow in them. In these shots it looked like dirt on my sensor so I cleaned it up. Since I’m posting these pictures you know where I was at the crack of dawn this morning. These are all HDR photos composed of five shots each.
Here are the numbers:
- the Centennial Expo Car was shot at 23mm, ISO 200, f8, shutter varied from 1/8th second to 3 seconds.
- The maintenance car was shot at 18mm, ISO 200, f8, shutter 1/10th to 1.5 seconds.
- The second Expo car shot is 31mm, ISO 200, f8, shutter 1/8th to 1.5 seconds.
- The last is a screen shot showing that this process isn’t to processor intensive, but is using nearly 8GB of my 9GB memory