The last couple of months has been frustrating, Pat has been a great help but I have not "got it" to the degree of accuracy I wanted.
So on the last evening, with a full moon I decided that I was going to make a panorama for arts sake and to hell with the technicalities.
My shoot in low light consisted of 6+1+1, 10 seconds per shot which actually showed up figures I could not even see in the dusk. A band was playing in the background, I really must think about sound files next but I am happy with this effort.
The place is One Tree Point in front of the new marina and in sight of Marsden Point, the oil refinery for New Zealand.
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