Galápagos Part V – Isla Isabela

A seleção completa das fotos tiradas na ilha Isabela pode ser apreciada no álbum do blog ali: http://www.lgphotography.fr/blog/Ecuador/Galapagos/Isabela/galerie.htmlQuem quiser conferir todas as fotos tiradas pode entrar ali: http://lgphotography.atpic.com/galapagosLa sélection complète des photos prises sur Isabela est visible sur l’album du blog : http://www.lgphotography.fr/blog/Ecuador/Galapagos/Isabela/galerie.htmlCeux qui voudraient voir toutes les photos réalisées peuvent entrer ici : http://lgphotography.atpic.com/galapagosThe complete selection of pictures from Isabela can be seen on my blog’s album: http://www.lgphotography.fr/blog/Ecuador/Galapagos/Isabela/galerie.htmlThose who would like to see all the pictures taken can enter there: http://lgphotography.atpic.com/galapagosPORTUGUÊSVou passar uma dica rápida de como foi tirada a foto em baixo. Foi realizada com exposição longa (30 segundos) permitida pelo uso de um filtro cinza neutro ND1000, que reduz a quantidade de luz que chega ao sensor, permitindo multiplicar o tempo de exposição por 1000 vezes. Existem filtros ND menos escuros: 2, 4, 8 e 400. Para usar tal filtro, o tripé e necessário. O fotógrafo mede a exposição sem o filtro, anota os valores de velocidade, abertura e ISO propostas pela câmera, coloca o filtro, entra no modo manual para ajustar os valores como anotado, multiplicando o tempo de exposição pelo índice do filtro (1000) e desperta.FRANÇAISUn petit conseil rapide pour réaliser des images dans le style de celle présentée ci-dessous. Elle a été prise avec un filtre gris neutre ND 1000, qui réduit la lumière entrant par l’objectif et permet de multiplier le temps d’exposition par 1000. Il existe des filtre ND moins sombres 2, 4, 8 et 400.Pour utiliser ce genre de filtre, le trépied est nécessaire. Le photographe mesure l’exposition sans le filtre, note les valeurs ISO, ouverture et temps proposées par l’appareil, replace le filtre, passe en mode manuel pour appliquer les valeurs obtenues en multipliant le temps d’exposition par l’indice du filtre (1000), et clique.Original article written by LGphotography and published on Laurent Guerinaud Photography
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  1. Alex

    I met Lonesome George three years ago on a University of Chicago/National Geographic tour. I loved the Galapagos and the dedication to perresvation of the endemic species. It is an awe-inspiring place. The curiosity the animals have about people, versus fear, is amazing and scary at the same time when you realize how easy it would be to harm them. At one point, our trail was blocked by a sea lion who had just whelped her pup the placenta was still visible. She had no fear of us, no guarding nothing. We stepped around her and continued on our way. I worry about these animals and the damage we humans can do.The visit to the tortoises was amazing. I have some wonderful photos of Lonesome George and his ladies as well as of Diego and the others. I applaud the work of the GNP and continue to support them.

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