Couple Night Shots

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by IanRB, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. IanRB

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    Found a bridge and decided to shoot a few shots of the street.

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    nice... how'd you do those effects?
     
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    long exposer times.

    some great shots here, how long was your shutter open for?

    really like the last one!
     
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    nice, cool pictures
     
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    wow, you were really stopped down !

    Nice...
     
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    how did you get the lights to star like that
     
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    It's a byproduct of a long exposure.
     
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    You can get the starry light effect by using i small aperture(higher number)


    They were both f/25 and 15 seconds
     

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