Visibility III / V
9/25/2020 20:00 cycling to the shore of Lake Papinjärvi in Oulunsalo, Oulu, began. The first picture was taken before nine in the evening but it was just a cloudy lake landscape. The night progressed and the clouds worsened but the faith did not end. Before midnight, behind the clouds, the green started to stand out so it went a bit like cloud art when it comes to shooting in terms of northern lights.
Before midnight, the clouds slowly dissipated and activity in the northern lights gradually improved.
The day had time to change so it was already 26.9 on the side and one night was filming. From two at night and beyond, they seem to be the best filmed of the night. The curiosity was a bit of a nuisance and at times a little more, dissipating thankfully for the next show.
The shoreline was allowed to run and walk back and forth diligently and pictures accumulated and overhead the head took the form of a crown, but even better was seen and photographed.
Eventually, at three in the morning, cycling started at home and it took an hour and still had to start the computer and transfer the images to the machine and grind a few to deal with suddenly, which means that at five in the morning I could go to sleep.
The fastest were so fast that the exposure dropped to 0.5 seconds, at the expense of sensitivity, of course, which was no longer over 5,000 points.
The images came to be processed as amusing, perhaps not in the most blatant way now, and a few didn’t have to be processed at all when it was so bright, except of course for noise reduction and a bit of cropping. The sensitivity when it shed was mostly 5,000 and rarely 3,200 but not once 1,600 except perhaps from the very beginning of the night, ie there was enough movement in the sky.
It's 26.9.2020 21:09 now and luckily it's cloudy and rainy because the muscles and back are screaming in pain, again. However, the camera batteries have already been charged, next time.
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