Long Exposure

September 10, 2010
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Long Exposure

Take full control of your cameras long exposure ability and extend the time of your exposures.

Long Exposure

Long Exposure

  • Set the camera to “BULB” mode for this application to control the camera for Long Exposure photography.
  • Select the desired duration from the picker menu.
  • Press the “Start” button to begin the long exposure session.
  • Press the “Stop” button to stop the session at any time.
  • Long Exposure repeater – create time lapse Long Exposures using ‘Repeat’ and ‘Delay’. Once Long Exposure settings are to your liking you can then specify how many times to repeat this Long Exposure and also the time in seconds to delay between sequences.
  • Activate Ramping by adding more than one shot to the “Repeat” box.
  • “Reset” button synchronises the last exposure with the first exposure.
  • “Add” button will appear when the sequence is running. This lets you add more shots. You can enter the amount of shots to add using the “Add Shots” text box.
  • “Pause” button will delay the next exposure until the “Play” button is pressed.
  • “+ Ramp” increases the value of the last exposure.
  • “- Ramp” decreases the value of the last exposure.

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7 Responses to Long Exposure

  1. Mario on April 6, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Hi

    Is possible to put a time lapse between shoots? For example, if I want to take long exposures to make a star trial pic, I will need to take maybe 100 pics (each one of 1 minute, perhaps); so, I will need to program 100 shoots (that will last 60 seconds each one). This makes you any sense or I was wrong with this point?

    • Alberto on April 6, 2011 at 2:57 pm

      HI Mario, In the next release there will be a repeat and delay function added to the long exposure which allows you to do this.

      • Mario on April 20, 2011 at 10:24 am

        Hi Alberto. I just try the new version an works so good!!! Congratulations!!
        And now you can add the Nikon D3000 to the list of working devices ;)

      • Mario on April 20, 2011 at 10:24 am

        Hi Alberto. I just try the new version an works great! Congratulations!!
        And now you can add the Nikon D3000 to the list of working devices ;)

  2. praxcid on April 26, 2011 at 2:06 am

    Hi, great app. works well with my d90. Just wanted to know how to make exposures longer than 60 seconds and less than 2 minutes.

    • Alberto on April 26, 2011 at 3:05 am

      HI Praxcid, I was just pointed that out by some other users. So I’ll be changing up the interface slightly for the long exposure to have three sliders, for hours, minutes and seconds. This will let you fine tune the exposure to how you want it. I may do a quick update to put this out there quicker, in a possible version 3.1

      • praxcid on April 26, 2011 at 5:04 am

        Thanks for the reply Alberto. Hope to get the update soon. Thanks again for such a great app!!!

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