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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    and also not 'night'
    cool shots tho!
    Agree.
    Spectacular jump!

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    The following pictures are from the Gilroy Hot Springs. The connection to mountain biking? It's adjunct to the 86000 acres and 200 miles of dirt roads and trails of California's Henry Coe State Park. The Hot Springs is closed and in a state of decay, but on this occasion the local mountain biking club ROMP held a group ride, picnic, and campout based out of the Hot Springs. So after all those activities and a long soak in the mildly sulfurous water, everyone hit the tents. I went back and took some pictures in the nearly full moonlight.

    At one time the Gilroy Hot Springs was exclusive and widely known. Guests would stay in these cabins. The tarps on top are new, part of an effort to restore some of the salvagable buildings to a small part of their former glory.

    From GHS night shots Oct-8-2011



    This is one of the best preserved structures on the property, it is built without nails and the planks are old growth wood. I'm not sure of it's purpose because I was distracted at that point in the history tour.

    From GHS night shots Oct-8-2011



    The Hot Springs are a good hike from the gate, well signed as closed, but that does not stop vandals from entering and tagging or experimenting with a sledge hammer. The Friends of Gilroy Hot Springs (Friends of Gilroy Hot Springs) want to restore the site to a operational park, and are looking for a camp host to serve as a permanent resident to deter such damage.

    From GHS night shots Oct-8-2011



    A madrone forest stands at the top of the ring road. A shrine is nearby, unfortunately that picture did not work out.

    From GHS night shots Oct-8-2011


    About the pictures... The camera is a panasonic g3 with the kit lens. Exposure times are about one minute, f3.5, 14mm, iso 800. For some, I used a flashlight to paint additional light, especially on the "Hot Springs Closed" bathhouse shot. This was my first attempt at long exposure photography. I was surprised how easy it was to get interesting pictures.

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    Night shots of mountain bikers, but unfortunately no actual bikes:



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    Dig it
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I love night shots but only when I get the chance to do it. Baby duty... Still practicing but here are some....






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    A local night ride from last year:





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    Night riders...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Night Photography - Post your shots!-nigh-ride-copy.jpg  

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    Nice shots...




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    Almost-night bike photography.. My flash was a bit hot in a few shots but I had been jumping and saw the sunset and just grabbed the camera and banged off a few shots.. nothing pro but I was happy for under 5 mins of shooting..






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    Here are some of my night shots from a recent ride.

    Night Time Mountain Biking 7

    Night Time Mountain Biking 2

    Night Time Mountain Biking 1

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    Night photography is fun but I've never done it with bikes. Can't wait to try it sometime!

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    almost getting the shot i want. took about 20 this morning before i had to pack it in and get back to work.

    wish this shot had me better framed...


    IMG_1207intervale-lights2 by mbeganyi, on Flickr

    this shot has the intensity i want on the rider, but the exposure was too short - need longer light trails:


    IMG_1204intervale-lights2 by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Largextracheese View Post
    Super image

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    IMG_9830 by OddPix1, on Flickr


    IMG_9797 by OddPix1, on Flickr

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    Technically early morning but the light was so dramatic...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Night Photography - Post your shots!-7amlight.jpg  

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    Here's a couple of my shots......suggestions appreciated.....





    Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.. Ferris Bueller

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    nice pics guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastRider View Post
    Here's a couple of my shots......suggestions appreciated.....
    After you have mastered the art of composing, focusing, and setting the exposure, it's useful to ask yourself what you are trying to communicate with the image. They are rather small to go into more detail, I can't read the superimposed text.
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    early morning @ the lake:


    pugsleybeach-hdr by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Very nice pics!

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    Epic!

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    This one looks awesome!

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    Sweet!

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    Cool.

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