Spent some time on the west coast and just could help taking pictures walking along the beach. I took lots of this kind of shots, just held the shutter release down and let the exposure pile up. Maybe I should put some together in an avi file.
Want to spend an afternoon or more learning about and gaining an appreciation for our sailors? Take the tour of the Midway. I thought it was awesome. I went mainly to take pictures of airplanes. I think I know where my grandson gets his fascination with airplanes. Hand held (obviously) 1/4 sec f8 ISO 200
In case you haven’t noticed I’ve been traveling a bit lately. Good news is I’m home for a while. I took some quick shots of the first church built in Sacramento while I was there this week. I thought I’d share where these started and where they ended up after a trip through Photomatics and Photoshop. The exposure times on these photos was between .5 and 1 second and was handheld so I apologize that there not great shots. I turned the ISO up to 400 so they are a little noisy too. One of these days I’ve got to figure out how to travel with my tripod. The f stop on all of these was f8. If I’d had my tripod I’d have gone to f22 or f36 to make sure I was in focus for the entire depth of the photo and left my ISO at 100. That means these exposures would have been several seconds and significantly better.