Due Date: Saturday March, 29 2008 This is a technical assignment to use Long exposure (Low shutter speeds) and/or Bulb settings. Bulb (or Manual Shutter control) settings are usually displayed as "B" on shutter speed adjustment mechanism. What it does is keep the shutter open as long as the shutter release is held. The most common use of long exposures is night shots but it is not the only one. Allowing the shutter to remain open for long periods of time allows more light to be exposed to the images sensor or film of the camera. This causes the photograph to be lighter, this is good for night and dark photos as well as high f/stops like 32 and 64. As always New shots only please . Have some fun with this one, It should prove interesting to see how many different uses of long exposures are know in a community of this size.