Re: Low light Canon 8-15mm
- No it is the Brigette Bardot
... once holder of the Guinness record for powered circumnavigation of the earth. The pontoon on the wharf side almost broke off in heavy seas a few months ago and it has recently been repaired --
>>The repair process, with a cost of over $250,000, involved placing the ship in a hermetically sealed chamber>>!PeterM
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Paul D. DeRocco" <pderocco@...> wrote:
> > From: panovrx
> > http://www.mediavr.com/vivid2012/helipad.htm
> > during a lighting festival ..
> > this is at 2000ISO at 12mm at maximum aperture f4.5 at 1/8th
> > on 5DMkII. Usually for night shots I am still using my 10.5mm
> > Nikkor because it is 1 1/3 stops brighter wide open but the
> > Canon lens has better flare resistance,it is sharper at the
> > edges and freezing the pedestrians wasnt essential.
> > These kind of night shots are nicer if there are some low
> > clouds -- otherwise half the panorama is just blackness with
> > stars -- and the stars look more like faults than anything.
> > But you work with what youve got.
> Really nice job. That's the kind of VR I like: lots of stuff to look at.
> What's that little trimaran called? It looks like it says Brigitte Bordu,
> and it looks a bit like a miniature of the famous Brigitte Bardot. Could it
> have been designed by the same person?
> Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco
> Paul mailto:pderocco@...