Christmas tree

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  1. LittleMan

    LittleMan TPF Noob!

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    Alright.... I know there is a lot wrong with this picture photography wise.... but I think it's really cool....
    This is a 4 second exposure of a christmas tree that was turning(on a motor)
    I was holding the camera with no rest....(explaining the blur)

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    I kinda like the pastel colours.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Teeheehee :D, you have some funny Christmas trees in your malls! A turning tree, that's funny :). I am so proud that at long last I managed to take a pic of our tree at home without any camera shake (new tripod for my birthday, ta-daaa! :D), and you want the rotation - which I would have wanted, too, had I seen the rotating tree! But in my country, and as far as I know, there is no such thing.
     
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    cool, it sort of looks like a painting. Usually shake is a horrible thing, but it worked out alright here.
     
  5. LittleMan

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    Actually it was in a restaurant.... the same day I took the pic of my brother taking a picture... haha :D
     
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    Odd... but nice. Very different and that is a real strength mate.
     
  7. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The tree is nice, but the background is not. IMO it needs to be sharp
     
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    I'll go with Jeff here. I think it'd look great if the background was nice and sharp and just the tree was blurred. It's such an odd blue to. The rotating type.

    If you're able to go back with a tripod jump at the chance. :)
     
  9. LittleMan

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    The Tree is probably already down.... and it's about a two hour drive anyways.... so I guess that will have to do...
    Like I said... I didn't have anywhere to rest the camera... haha :D
     
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    i like it a lot LittleMan! time exposures don't necessarily require tripods, eh? nice work!
     
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    I like it

    Good test
     
  12. LittleMan

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    Thanks everyone! :D
    I didn't think anyone would really like it.... but I guess it is strange enough to like... lol :D
     

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