The Veri-Cross Filter has a pattern which interacts with any light source to create star like patterns. I used the Night Tripod Scene setting on the camera.
The Veri-Cross Filter has a pattern which interacts with any light source to create star like patterns. I used the Night Tripod Scene setting on the camera. A slightly distant shot.
Still using the Night Tripod setting and focusing the camera up the street. The filter can be rotated easily to refine the starlike pattern on any light source.
Here I attempt to get both streetlights; quite a nice effect. The clouds are moving fairly fast hence the slight blur.
I set the camera to manual mode so that I could set the shutter speed myself. I wanted to blur the clouds a bit more. I set the speed to 29 seconds at f2.8. The shot a lot brighter compared to the others, a lot more glare also however.
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