10 stop shots, show us what ya got!

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Here's mine, havent used my 10 stop in a while but i do love it. Hopefully be by the sea again soon to use it :)



30s, F8, ISO100



200 seconds, F8, ISO400



291 seconds, F7.1, ISO200



250 seconds, F8, ISO100

Oh and good idea for a thread, love long exposure shots
 
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Nice idea for a thread. I'll post mine up soon. As a beginner it would be nice I people could post exposure time too to get an idea. Thanks.
 

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Nice idea for a thread. I'll post mine up soon. As a beginner it would be nice I people could post exposure time too to get an idea. Thanks.
EXIF is intact on mine.

Loads of freebies you can download to view it.
 
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some from last year when I first got my 10 stopper

200 seconds @ f16


159 seconds @ f20


180 secoonds @ f22


90 seconds @ f20

Have not done many recently maybe this thread will re-kindle my appetite
 
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Good idea for a thread, been looking to get one of those, so interesting to see what results can be achieved, and in the same thread!

love some of the seascapes here.
 
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Couple of mine from a while back.

60 and 160 second exposures respectively with a B+W ND110



 
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I think there is a thread somewhere else but I never tire of seeing 10 stoppers :)

here's some of mine.











This was during daylight even though it looks like night time.
 
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Newbie question I know but what are 10 stop shots?

Think I've asked that before but can't really remember :)
 

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Newbie question I know but what are 10 stop shots?

Think I've asked that before but can't really remember :)
Jon, 10 stop shots are where a neutral density (ND) filter is used. You can get ND filters in various 'strengths', a 10 stop one does what it says on the tin and allows the photographer 10 stops in exposure. It allows long exposures even in bright sunshine. This is very simplistic terms and I am sure someone could put it more eoquently than me but I hope that helps.
 
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So it allows you to shoot a longer exposure at a wider aperture?

Is that right?
 

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So it allows you to shoot a longer exposure at a wider aperture?

Is that right?
Yes. However, you can shoot at wider apertures but the wider the aperture the more light you let in which in turn changes the effect of your ND10 with shorter exposure time.

Jon, if you have a look at most of the photographs (all fantastic btw) posted above, they are mostly F8 and above. This adds to the ND10 effect, giving more depth of field to the images. Low ISO, high F numbers all lengthen exposure times.
 
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Thank you blakester. Appreciate you taking the time to explain that for me.

May have to try it for myself now :)
 
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I've had a quick search and cant see anything, if there is a thread I apologise.

As per the title, lets see your 10 stop shots. I'll start with a few of mine...


DSC_0029_edited-1 by rob_mank, on Flickr

ISO 100, 76 seconds, f25, 12mm


Derwent Water by rob_mank, on Flickr

ISO125, 30 seconds, f18, 12mm


DSC_0023_edited-1 by rob_mank, on Flickr

ISO100, 156 seconds, f22, 24mm


Foot steps in the sand by rob_mank, on Flickr

ISO100, 74 seconds, f20, 12mm

Post away!! :D
Hi Mank,
You have posted very beautiful pictures on this thread.
I am not posting any thing here, but as I am learning this art of photography
I have got a question,if you could answer please.

Please excuse me if it sounds very small or petty question.
I have Nikon D5000, and if i want to take long exposure shot, it gives me most 30 second option and the next is Bulb. Could you please explain how you can shot 74 second or more than long exposure shots.
Is there any proper technique or Nikon D5000 does not have this facility?

Your guidance is much appreciated.
Muhammad Arif
 
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Hi TomB,

Thanks for explaining it to me.
So what i understand is, if I use a remote for it, still it will be manual, i mean I will hold it for as long as I want.
Then when people say they take 30 mins long exposure shot, are they keeping the shuttter pressed for 30 mins by their fingers?

Many Thanks for your help
 
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Great selection of images, here are a few from me.

Camera Info - Lens: VR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6G - Focal Length: 32mm - Focus Mode: Manual - Aperture: F/14
Shutter Speed: 24.2s - B&W 10 Stop Filter.



Focal Length: 38mm - Aperture - F/18 - Shutter Speed: 15.6s





Taken at 18mm F/22 - ISO 100 - Exp 72 Sec

 
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Some cracking efforts in here! Keep 'em coming! :D

Arif, as every else has explained I set the camera to bulb mode and I have a remote with a lock on it so I just take it off when I'm done and hey presto! :LOL:
 
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iso200, f/16, And a surprisingly only 7 second exposure!!, pity the sky got blown out!!!



40 seconds


90 seconds


13 seconds


finally! 721 seconds - 12 minutes!
 
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