Hell yeah 😎
@iconography there were some really controversial points brought up in here, I can see why it sparked such lively debates from opposing sides who don't seem to ever want to give up on what they believe
I just want to take nice pictures
Getting so extremely tired of men telling me how to do photography, or how I should take pics like this, or use that, or explaining basic concepts to me about my own hobby like I'm a child.
I've been at this for 25 years. If I haven't done it's because I don't want to. I'm not saying what I'm trying to get, I'm not saying what I'm using or all my settings, you can't bloody advise me.
@iconography see? the earth is clearly a spinning plate, this proves it
wow, i can't feel good about making those jokes anymore. the post-information age has ruined that for me.
time to pivot to ‘moon is a hologram’
It's a bit like the space version of when you see long exposures of cities with lines of light where traffic passes, or people write out words with sparklers in the dark. Same concept, just far longer than most would be `
35 min exposure. If you're unsure what you're seeing here: the lines behind the aerial are stars. Because the earth moved with the camera remained focused in the same place and for so long, it picked up that rotation. The stars are recognised as trails of light in a big circle `
It came out really well. Squishy and doughy in the middle but a chewiness to the outside.
I'd only just cut a chunk off when j sneaked up to pinch some so I feel very confident he likes it 😊
I'm not asking for advice.
It's not really what I was hoping to get but I'll be trying again next clear night 🤞🏻
The lines in the background are stars. The reason they look like that is because the exposure was around 35 minutes long, which means the earth had time to move a LOT and so the stars look to be rotating `