Saturday, April 13, 2019


Rained this morning. Went to see Aunt Eleanore and straighten out some of her electronic challenges.

Too wet to work outside, so went kind of aimlessly driving -- came across the windmills in Johnston, RI.

I've gotten the notion in my head capturing the motion would make a neat photo. However there was no way I could take a long enough exposure in daylight, and my filters which might have helped reduce the brightness were all at home :/

So I need to do some research if I can filter this enough to get a long exposure, or if I could over-expose the photography and fix it in Lightroom???

(Also doesn't help I can't really make out what I took on the screen -- I really need a laptop sized screen to review the photos).

Canon EOS 50D, 0.002 (), f/22, focal length 47, ISO 400

Canon EOS 50D, 0.0125 (), f/25, focal length 42, ISO 100

Canon EOS 50D, 0.01 (), f/22, focal length 50, ISO 100

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