More long X-Posures

Fuji X-Pro1 long exposures from the San Francisco Bay Area.

Final processed photos shot over 7 days, while visiting San Francisco and Marin County. Locations included the Bay Bridge, Sutro Baths and China Camp.

125 sec.s, f16, XF35mm lens
125 sec.s, f16, XF35mm lens
240 sec.s, f8, XF18mm lens
240 sec.s, f8, XF18mm lens
450 sec.s, f11, XF35mm lens
450 sec.s, f11, XF35mm lens
170 sec.s, f14, XF35mm lens
170 sec.s, f14, XF35mm lens
180 sec.s, f8, XF18mm lens
180 sec.s, f8, XF18mm lens
240 sec.s, f16, XF18mm lens
240 sec.s, f16, XF18mm lens

I have three of these prints hanging on the wall now and they look great. You can too by contacting me.

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  1. These are just phenomenal! I know its hard to tell on my laptop, but from here they look as good as MF film

  2. These are fantastic. After reading your previous in January, I decided to try with my Fuji X-Pro1. I’m still waiting to receive my cable release, but in the meantime, I’ve been experimenting with timed mode (30″) with ND filter. Last week, I went to Santa Monica beach and I’m pleased with the results. Thanks for the inspiration (FYI, if interested, I posted some on my blog http://onlyapicture.tumblr.com/) Cheers!

  3. What strength density filter did you use on these?
    Great pic’s-

    • Henry, I used a combination of ND filters that resulted in shooting with 10-, 13- or 16-stops worth of filters. I tried not to stack more than two filters on at a time, but I occasionally used two 3-stop filters and one 10-stop filter at the same time. I was more interested in how many filters it would take to get me the desired exposure time. All exposures in the post were made right after sunrise or just before sunset to help reduce the ambient light as well as to have a lower angle to the light.

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