Thursday, June 10, 2010

Sunset over the Great Salt Lake

I went out to the Great Salt Lake this evening and took these pictures, one frame every 10 seconds with my huge telephoto lens.  As you can see, I didn’t account for the trajectory of the sun, and had to move the camera a couple of times to keep it in the picture.  You may also notice that I did some light adjustments.  Next time I’ll be prepared for these two things, and you’ll see much smoother movement.

The blog background picture is another one I took out there.  You can see the whole thing here.zzz

4 comments:

The Gearheads said...

The things you do when you are on summer vaca... Bored a little?

Max said...

Nah, it's not boredom. Too early, that usually hits around the end of July, beginning of August. It's like you said, just what I do on summer vacation. :)
P.S. Dreamed that you pulled into the Chevron towing an early 60's El Camino you just bought.

A Paperback Writer said...

Awesome.

Max said...

Thanks. I'm going to have to try it again, we'll see how much better it is when I correct the couple things I didn't plan for. (And maybe do a serious clean of the lens)