This is a quick tip to remember when traveling on a train with your Diana F+ (or other cameras that allow you to do long exposures). Don't forget to press the button a couple of seconds!
On my birthday last December 28, I traveled in AVE (High Speed Train) from Madrid to Barcelona to celebrate with horaciorv. I took the trip to do long exposures through the window of the train with my Diana F+.
Madrid – Barcelona.
I love these kinds of photos!! How did I do them? So easy!
Bulb mode in the camera, B mode
Aperture in “cloudy”
Distance in infinite
Time: two or three seconds
This trick is very very easy, you only have to remember it and test it when you travel by train.
Londres – Brighton.
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