McG1967 wrote:For those who regularly upload night panning photos, what sort of settings do you use to get a reasonable exposure on the aircraft?
clickhappy wrote:vikkyvik wrote:
Sorry in advance for the self-plug...
If you look at Mark's example (A380 at V1) you'll see his example is just a tad more difficult than a plane taxing (or possibly even not moving).
aircountry wrote:How did you clear out heavy noisy when you using very high ISO with low F number and what about the EV number set to -1 or just normal 0 setting?
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