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Red tide / Bioluminescence night settings?

Discussion in 'Photography Tips, Tricks & Tutorials Forum' started by schroedel, Oct 1, 2017.

  1. schroedel

    schroedel Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Hello everyone,
    Can someone help me with the settings on my Canon T6i to photograph the bio-luminescence in the waves at night on the beach during the red tide? Any help or tips would be appreciated.I may have missed my opportunity but will know for next time. Thanks
     
  2. balami

    balami Always on Premium Member

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    I've no idea what this is. Anyone else help?
     
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    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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    Tripod, fairly long shutter speed (~15 seconds), fairly wide aperture (F:/2.8 - 4), fairly high ISO. For more water movement, lower the shutter speed, go with a wider aperture (if possible) or bump up the ISO .
     
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    schroedel Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Thank you!! Not much info out there that i could find. Now to be able to catch the red tide.:)
     
  5. jameslford21

    jameslford21 New Member

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    thanks for sharing!!
     
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