Thursday, October 17, 2013

Out Late

 Reflection from the evaporating ponds.
 
 Looking towards Grantsville.
 
 How do you light this thing?
 
 Spinning fire!
 
Morton salt plant, outside of Grantsville, Utah.
 
 
These pictures were shot with a Pentax MX1. An awesome point and shoot camera, with some incredible manual controls. I am very impressed. I am usually annoyed with point and shoot camera and there manual settings, they just can not do what an dslr can do. The Pentax MX1 is easy to adjust with a large aperture and good shutter speeds. It also has a HDR mode with three level of adjustments. If your looking for a new camera, give it a try.

3 comments:

Davine said...

Once again some wonderful photos. If I could pick your brain? Can you give me some advice or point me in the right direction to do some long exposure shots. I want to take some of the movement of the stars.

David said...

Do you shoot in manual setting? Keep your iso at 100 if you can and a large apature can be helpful. From there its about time. Sometimes you will have to try two or three times before you get the right setting. Good luck.

The Wanna Be Photographer said...

Wow! These turned out awesome! I hope your made some prints.