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2014 Polar Night Halfmarathon in Tromsø

Testing Jupiter 3 50/1,5 wide open at low-light. This is from the 2014 Polar Night Halfmarathon in Tromsø, a halfmarathon in eeeh...the polar night. The night being at 15:00 since the sun is 24/7 under horizon.

Conclusion: tricky light conditions. ISO 800, underexposed aprox -2EV and correcetd in LR. OVF worked well, EVF was imo close to useless.


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Testing Jupiter 3 50/1,5 wide open at low-light. This is from the 2014 Polar Night Halfmarathon in Tromsø, a halfmarathon in eeeh...the polar night. The night being at 15:00 since the sun is 24/7 under horizon.
Interesting photo. But at ISO 800 the blueish and vertically structured color noise in the sky is really bad, I think. Never saw that much noise in my M240 night shots. Any idea, what happened there?
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Interesting photo. But at ISO 800 the blueish and vertically structured color noise in the sky is really bad, I think. Never saw that much noise in my M240 night shots. Any idea, what happened there?
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The shoot is underexposed -2EV @ISO 800 in order to get a short exposure time. This must be the explanation?
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A great time for winter photos with aprox minus 15 and the sun close to appearing here in the north of Norway.


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Flyalf - you are so lucky being so close to polar regions because you have much longer in that 'colour zone' during sunrise and sunset.

Here at the equator - that magic time is half an hour max!
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Interesting photo. But at ISO 800 the blueish and vertically structured color noise in the sky is really bad, I think. Never saw that much noise in my M240 night shots. Any idea, what happened there?
Structured noise and banding everywhere.
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Flyalf - you are so lucky being so close to polar regions because you have much longer in that 'colour zone' during sunrise and sunset.

Here at the equator - that magic time is half an hour max!
Thanks!

Yes, I know. The light during the "color zone" is simply stunning.

Here is a photo of a traditional boathouse (naust). On the left hand side you can also see a nest-box put up by fishermen for the soon-to-return migrating sea-birds. Thanks for watching, please feel free to leave a comment.


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A great time for winter photos with aprox minus 15 and the sun close to appearing here in the north of Norway.


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Yes, I know. The light during the "color zone" is simply stunning.

Here is a photo of a traditional boathouse (naust). On the left hand side you can also see a nest-box put up by fishermen for the soon-to-return migrating sea-birds. Thanks for watching, please feel free to leave a comment.


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Love this. May I ask which lens was used?
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Love this. May I ask which lens was used?
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Leica Marcro 90/4 (great compact lens).
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From a roadtrip at north-east of Norway. Temperatures from -15 to -22 C degrees, and quite a lot of wind. Here from crossing one of several mountain passes (Sennalandet):


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From hometown Tromsø. Im not yet conviced about the bokeh of snowflakes from the 35/1,4 FLE. But its really a great lens, so need to compare with other lenses on out-of-focus snowflakes . Strange that so few reviewers test this .


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Revisiting this thread, I'm very impresse by this photo...wow I like it
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