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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

    This was a 5 minute exposure on dry plate

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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

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    Here's Act I of a local production of Chicago

    Nikkor SW 90mm f/8 @ f/64 for 75 minutes on Ektar

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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

    Wow, love these stage shots! Are you using an ND, or is stopping way down to f64 doing it for you? I'm wanting to do ultra long exposures outside during the day, so doing my research on technique and appropriate filters.

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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

    Mine was just f64 and no ND filter. You'd definitely need an ND filter or a pinhole camera to do daytime long exposures.

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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

    oh, where was this local production? I've found that ektar seems to react the best to stage lights. nice to see more people trying it out too.

    I never use ND filters for mine. just stopped down all the way. If i'm going to do a full day, or week of a build or something, then i'll switch to a pinhole, filterless.
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    Re: Extra Long Exposures

    Quote Originally Posted by baronvonaaron View Post
    oh, where was this local production? I've found that ektar seems to react the best to stage lights. nice to see more people trying it out too.
    A community theatre in Frederick, MD. I wish I'd had Ektar for the second act but I was all out and had to use Portra 160. Didn't like it as much but they also used very little hazer so it didn't have the same effect.

    And thank you for the inspiration! Hopefully going to be doing this for every future show at my theatre.

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