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02-28-14, 7:49 PM
What anime do you draw most often?
02-17-14, 4:52 PM
Which facial part do YOU start with to draw your anime or manga?
02-17-14, 4:38 PM
Which gender do you draw the most? Male or female?
02-16-14, 2:54 AM
What's your fav thing to draw when drawing an anime/ manga character?
12-27-13, 3:36 AM
| 02-01-14, 3:05 PM
Looks good!! I like the eyes :D
I recently made a deviantart account so I could share my drawings and some photos -
| 02-01-14, 2:32 AM
This is my picture of jellal
| 12-25-13, 3:00 PM
Mery Christmas y'all!!! :)
Hope everyone has a safe and awesome one!!
| 12-08-13, 3:15 PM
Yup they do move quite quick. Also depending on if they are coming towards or going away from Earth will determine the colour that is given off in the trail.
Well its multiple 30sec shots. Most of my ones are anywhere between 2.5-6hrs in total. :)
| 12-08-13, 1:35 PM
Well, I figured it's the orbital movement, but I really didn't know stars moved that fast, especially when you just exposed for about 30 seconds. Thanks for answering the questions.
| 12-07-13, 2:55 PM
Not a silly question at all!! :)
Since the earth is rotating while in orbit around the sun and stars are moving away/towards our universe, when you take long exposures at night wide open (i.e. f/2.8) facing a fixed point you get the stars 'trailing' (so to speak) across the sky. Depending on where you aim the camera, south pole/true south/north pole/true north or just somewhere in the middle like I do, then you get the sky filling up with trails.
To determine the length of trails or time taken to start the trails you can use the rough 600/x (where x = focal length). That is the number of seconds which you must go past in your exposure to get trails to start forming. Doing multiple short ones and stacking later in photoshop is the best way as it reduces noise in the photo.
Hopefully that helps a bit more :)
Any other questions? I'm more than happy to answer them.
| 12-07-13, 7:22 AM
Yes I was exactly talking about the star trails. How does it work? This is a pretty stupid question, but stars don't move like that, do they?
Interesting method. As an amateur, I often just take my camera along when I go on trips, and whenever I feel like something's interesting, I work out all sorts of composition. I never really give it much thought.
Or I find interesting places, and I would go there and just see how they inspire me.
| 12-04-13, 2:35 PM
Thanks for taking the time to have a look through my photos and drawings.
Which lines are you talking about? As in light rays breaking through clouds or as in long exposures with moving clouds or the star trails?
Usually I'll spend quite a bit of time on google maps and scourge the coastline looking for nice rock shapes and then check tide/swell/cloud levels and sunrise times. Then if everything is good I'll head out to see what I can get. I usually make it a habit only to got out to take photos only if I know that there is going to be more than 40% cloud cover, unless its really windy then more is better so I can do some long exposures.
As for images in my mind, I always have an idea of what I want to create and try my best to make it a reality.
If you need anymore info don't hesitate to ask :)
Jul 28, 2008
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