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Yeah, I think doing it with someone is smart. I think sometimes the solitude is nice, but doing the whole thing alone... probably not.I love that trail... had some dreams awhile back of doing a 3-6 month AT hike. Not sure I’d want to do it alone though.
Thanks, Jef. I appreciate your comment.I love the detail here. Highly contrasted bold stuff seems to come relatively easy to me, but photos with lots of stuff (like the ground and the forest background) are a whole different animal. So, anyways, nicely done. I admire the work!
I’ve saved some of the texture formulas from Stackables myself in the past but it’s the convenience of having all the textures in one place to stack which make it so useful.I pm’d you. I tried to post one of the png files and the Mobi server said no. Twice
1. Straight from Stackables as png
2. From Union with “clear” selected as bottom layer (these are versions I have messed with.
I lugged one over to your pm. Tell me what you think?
ImageArt, Jerry - this is your area?
I think you Android folks can get longer exposures without resorting to tricks. Something like 3 seconds? Even the latest iPhones max out at 1 second, so we need to use speciality apps like Spectre and Slow Shutter to get the long exposure effect.That's awesome! Have to check this out as well. Had a look at some youtube videos where they put a ND filter to the phones lens to extend the exposure time.
Well, yes and no. The native Pixel app doesn't allow nearly no manual settings. Which I see as a con, but ProShot allows up to 10sec with light painting mode. Have to try this next time.I think you Android folks can get longer exposures without resorting to tricks. Something like 3 seconds? Even the latest iPhones max out at 1 second, so we need to use speciality apps like Spectre and Slow Shutter to get the long exposure effect.