Last night around 9pm I let the dogs out for a wee and I couldn’t believe the amount of light from the full moon. So tonight I am going to head out and do my first night shoot on digital. What I am going to do is to is screen record my research before I head out, followed by “if possible” some in the field recording of me on location and how things are going with some of the tests and explain what I am doing followed by the post production of the images taken. Then combine all that into a masterclass for the Rubbing Pixels website. I think this might be easier said than done.
My plan is to do a few tests of the effects of long exposure noise on images, with and without long exposure noise activated on the 5D MkII.
Shooting a few digital panoramic’s under moon light and also some general shots.
Also to plan for some other shoots for star trails when the new moon comes.
I’ll also bang off a shot or two with the Fuji G617 loaded with either Provia 100f or 400x. Might as well while I am there !
I got three batteries for the 5D MkII so that should keep me out of trouble for a fair while.
Stay tuned… I’ll upload a photo or two tomorrow of what I get from tonight.