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My First Light Trail Shot!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Adil J, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. Adil J

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    Got a Phantom 3 Standard for my birthday last Sunday and took my first light trail shot of the QEW (Toronto)! Turned out pretty awesome. Enjoy! House Clean Up_0012.jpg
     
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    You should see the shots I got of the jets landing at JFK, great light trails.























    I kid, I kid :)
     
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    Welcome to the forum Adil :)
    Nice shot .
     
  4. Adil J

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    Thanks a lot man!
     
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    Hahaha, was wondering why you were flying so close to JFK!
     
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    I never realized that Canada tilted to the right.... :p
     
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    I have this shot hover above runway, but no light trail.
     
  8. yawnalot29

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    What are your camera settings? Looks great!
     
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    I believe the ISO was 100 and the shutter 2". Thanks!