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Due to its low altitudes, Porto Santo is exposed to the wind from all sides.

To profit from this feature, there are aero generators installed…

In this exposure I want (had) to use a slow shutter speed to give the idea of a over speed rotation of the generator blades… (1/6 s) seems to me enough... With slower shutter speeds I found no way to avoid over exposition even with the max EV compensation..


In order to achieve this effect I set the shutter speed and used the car top as a “tripod”.. now...

the aperture had to be the smallest possible...

my cam gives me at min (max f/stop) f40... in fact the light was too strong a summer bright day.... 14:54 and I had an opened sky…

I used the max exposure compensation the camera was able.. -5,0 EV..

et "voilat"...


I hope you like it.





EXIF
Make=NIKON CORPORATION
Model=NIKON D200
Orientation=Normal
Exposure Time=5/30 sec
FNumber=F40,0
Exposure Program=Manual
ISOSpeed Ratings=100
Max Aperture Value=F5,1
Metering Mode=MultiSegment
Flash=Off
Focal Length=155,00 mm
ISOSpeed=0, 100
Quality=RAW
White Balance=SUNNY
Image Sharpening=HIGH
Focus Mode=AF-S
Color Mode=Mode 3 (sRGB): higher saturation
Hue Adjustment=0
Noise Reduction=OFF
Maker Note=Nikon
Focal Lengthin35mm Film=232,00 mm
Scene Capture Type=Standard
Gain Control=None
Contrast=Hard
Saturation=High
Sharpness=Hard
UserComment=(c)r.camposinhos

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