Bridport Pier, Tasmania © Michael Evans Photographer 2016

Long Exposures With The Canon 5DSR…

Of course the irony of buying a 50 megapixel camera to then shoot a minimalist image is not lost on me, however having just acquired my new ‘toy’ I decided to give it a thorough workout on my trip to Tasmania. I purchased the camera because I produce very large architectural and landscape panorama’s, and have found myself needing more detail in my prints.

Now I will try and produce a more in depth review of the camera at a later stage, however I just wanted to post a few frames from my first day in the field shooting long exposure images. I had read on several occasions that due to the pixel density that the camera was unsuitable for this type of work; well, I have to completely disagree. I have shot quite a few 5 – 7 minute exposures and as yet have seen no difference in file quality with regards to noise than I would see with my 5D Mk III. I am however blown away by the incredible detail that this camera offers. More on that later…

Anyway, a couple from Bridport Beach in Northern Tasmania…

Bridport Pier, Tasmania © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
308 seconds at Bridport Beach in Tasmania © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
Bridport Pier, Tasmania © Michael Evans Photographer 2016
I tend to mainly shoot my long exposures with BW in mind, but in this instance I really loved the cool colours… © Michael Evans Photographer 2016

As with all of my images, they are available as fine art prints; please do contact me regarding sizes and prices.

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4 thoughts on “Long Exposures With The Canon 5DSR…

    1. Hi Michael, thank you so much for your kind comments! With the benefit of having shot loads of images on my recent Tassie trip, I am now even more in love with the 5DSR, and know that it will certainly appeal to you too! You certainly won’t regret it!!!

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