Night Scenic Part 2
Now that I found my Manfrotto clamp, I have a decent shot at making this work.
The problem with my 1st attempt was the rickety tripod bouncing around inside my van during the long exposure of 6 full seconds at f16 ISO 400.
I haven’t given up trying to secure my camera about driver’s eye level.
I want to be able to include the rear view mirror.
The way the camera is set in the picture, I have to really turn my head to change the settings.
I used the blue tape on the lens to lock my focus and zoom. Of course exposure was set manually.
There is a downside to mounting the camera upside down. When I needed to change the settings on the camera, I had to strain my neck to see the LCD panel.
Here’s the test shot. When I get a chance, I’ll take more drives at different speeds.
During the 6-second exposure at f16, I fired my Canon 430EX flash remotely with radio slaves to light the interior a little.