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When I was returning home at sunset in northern Tasmania, we had to pull over and get some more petrol. The bowsers were set up facing the scenes which are pictured. While my brother in-law worked out the problems of 'pay before you pump' (the station was closed for the night), I looked at the scene and thought this might work. But I had failed to bring a tripod, so it was all shot by resting my camera on a bollard pole used to protect the bowsers from wayward vehicles entering the petrol station and hitting them. Next time , . . I will have the tripod. If you ever get the opportunity, spend a few weeks in Tasmania for the photographic opportunities it provides. BTW, the picture of the white headed plants are opium poppies. Tasmanian farmers grow about half of the world's opioids used by the pharmaceutical industry for morphine and codeine under government licence and supervision.
i was looking for something travel size too, so nothing too outrageous. and sorry if this isn't the place to ask, and if i should be asking at the camera's specific board, but i was thinking of doing time lapse videos and if you had any recommendations as a first timer. also thanks in advance.
I want to start doing more serious landscape stuff, like long exposure, panoramas, light painting, star trails, etc. but have been struggling on the gear needed. I'm trying to build the simplest and lightest but capable landscape kit. Currently have X-T2 and X-Pro2 and in my next trip I plan to use both as it may snow and will be difficult to change lenses. Would you mind giving your advice on what tripod, lenses, filters, bags and accessories would help me to get better landscape pictures? (technically speaking, i.e. not blurred, good colors, etc. I know I should provide the eye ) Thanks in advance!