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Live composite image at blue hour of the troglodyte village of Rochecorbon in the Loire region of France. The cliff seen in the photo is dotted with houses of cave dwellers, some of which are still inhabited. Crowning the summit is the Lanterne da la Rochecorbon, a feudal tower that dates back to the 15th century. On the plateau are acres of vines producing Chenin Blanc grapes characteristic of the Vouvray appellation. (Cross-posted in Share your Golden Hour & Blue Hour Photos.)

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Blue Hour in Rochecorbon
 
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CD77

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My first attempts using Live Composite at a light painting session... its really good fun! The 5th and 6th pictures are self portraits triggered using the Olympus app which worked really well.

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Found this while going through old files (2015 :eek:) and it would be one of my first sessions with LiveComo. All the others were terrible but this one caught my eye.

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I have a livecomposite question. I have a Pen-f and when in livecomposit mode it will not let me adjust the exposure compensation. Is there anyway to do this? It would be very handy to be able to reduce the brightness during the exposure process.
 

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I have a livecomposite question. I have a Pen-f and when in livecomposit mode it will not let me adjust the exposure compensation. Is there anyway to do this? It would be very handy to be able to reduce the brightness during the exposure process.

ND filters bro... I use a 10 stop ND to take Live Composite cloud painting pics in bright daylight...
 

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Went out to experiment with livecomp tonight at the blue hour. Made it do what I wanted. Unfortunately it was wicked windy and even my heavy duty tripod could not keep the camera totally still. Downtown Boise Idaho. Pen-f with Olympus 12-40mm Pro.
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I am no expert at Live-Composite, but this seems to be the best place to post these. Happy New Year from China!
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Some from a recent trip to London.

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