Thanks! Yeah it was a pretty easy shot. I took it in Mentone, California where there are a lot of orange trees and small side roads. So I took one of the small roads and did an exposure for 30 minutes, and in the last 30 seconds of the exposure a car drove by which I thought was going to ruin my photo.. but actually made quite a positive impact.
well i pulled off to this one street that is very quite and hidden.. it only has one house at the very end of it. I used an ISO of 100 and it was a 30 min exposure I believe. and just as i my last minute of my exposure, a car drove to its home at the end of the street...which def helps with the pic! lol. As for the F-stop.. I believe it was at 5.0.I shoot alot of my night shots and long exposures at 5. I hope this helps!
wow thats amazing!! kinda new to the whole learning about photography, how many cameras can do long exposure? cz the camera i currently have doesnt do it. i dunno about the one im getting 2moz for my birthday
thank you! well the camera you have wont allow you to do it... but.. if you have an advanced point and shoot or a Dslr then you will be able to do this.. You need something that allows you to put the camera on "BULB" or that allows you to take many photos right after one another many times..I hope you had a good bday! let me know what kind of camera you get and we'll go from there!
that sucks that you never got a camera... thats quite alot of money though! buy yourself a Dlsr and play around with it.. teach yourself.. its the best way! and if you have any questions, feel free to ask me anything! Go for it! Buy it!