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Steel plant at night

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by jskdog, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. jskdog

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    A couple of snaps of a steel plant, P3A, I saves the images from my laptop to my phone so not sure what the quality will be like. 636052488951052698.jpg 636052139154112175.jpg
     
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    I'm impressed. What's your secret?!
     
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  3. jskdog

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    ISO 100, 8 second exposure (If I remember correctly) I left my lap top at work so can't get the info off the jpeg.
     
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    that is quite awesome.
     
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  5. Nate-xt

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    how do you do night video? mine always just see the red lights
     
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  6. jskdog

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    You have to play with the manual settings, the steel plant is quite easy to shoot as there are lots of lights and the flames from the stacks lights everything up nicely. If I recall it was around a 5-8 second exposure.
     
  7. dirkclod

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    Great shots jskdog .
    Was gonna say just cut em off till I saw what you have . Put black tape over those . What I do with my P2 if those are
    what you are referring to .
     
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    Very Nice.. 8sec shot.... that is one steady bird you got there.. :)
     
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  9. jskdog

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    You can turn the forward red LED's off in the dji go app