Photo right thru your window

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Advi
Advi Forum Member • Posts: 87
Photo right thru your window
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I've seen an astonishing picture, shot right through the window at this thread https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4385523

We live in so many different places, and our windows show many different landscapes.

So, I'd like to propose you to show here pictures shot right through your window (or door).

Let me start with some of my photos.

Moon rise

Sunset

Sunrise

Lightning

The twin buildings are not present only at the 2nd photo.

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dwfrommonterey Forum Member • Posts: 62
Re: Photo right thru your window
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I'll just observe: that's no ordinary window.

Great shots.

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Marco Nero
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Window view - Sunset/Saturn
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Advi wrote:

We live in so many different places, and our windows show many different landscapes.

So, I'd like to propose you to show here pictures shot right through your window (or door).

Not much of a view through my window and I've learned not to shoot through glass if the image is critical (see below image of Saturn shot through my window). But we did have a peculiar orange sunset a few weeks ago. The sun was setting behind a rain cloud and the orange color filtered through all the low cloud.
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M6 + EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens - The view from my unclean window

M6 + EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens - The view from inside. Quorra doesn't care for sunsets..

M6 + EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens - The view from my porch.

EOS M - mounted to a Celestron Maksutov-Cassegrain Spotting Scope - SATURN

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Marco Nero.

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VisionLight
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from my bedroom window
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I've posted this image before, but here's a replay:

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dave61 Regular Member • Posts: 210
Re: Photo right thru your window
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Through the window red squirrel

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Sharif
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Re: Photo right thru your window
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Good idea! Here is a sunset right from a living room window of my apartment in the third district of Vienna (Austria, Europe)

Just as Marco Nero I prefer to open my window before taking a picture

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Advi
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At sunrise, there was a rainbow at the horizon. The atmosphere was acting like a prism.

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v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 593
Re: Photo right thru your window

That lightning shot is fantastic!

Advi
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Re: Photo right thru your window
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v30 wrote:

That lightning shot is fantastic!

Thank you.

When I arrived at home, there were some "charged" clouds at the sky, unleashing a lot of lightnings.

Then, my wife suggested me to try to take a picture.

As it was at night, I picked my vampire lens: EF-M 22mm/F 2.0

And configured my M50 for manual settings.

I selected ISO 100 for best quality. Aperture 8.0, which is the sweet spot for the EF-M 22mm/F2.

Put the M50 on a tripod and configured exposure for 15 or 30 seconds.

And crossed my fingers. Luck is essential for a good photo.

I kept shooting for half an hour, trying to capture a lighting.

At the end of my session, I was able to capture lightning in 2 pictures.

And I elected that lightning as the most beautiful.

Here's the other picture with a lightning:

2 Lightnings at once. EF-M 22mm/F2.0

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