Got my 50mm 1.8 lens today...

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  1. ShutterSpeed

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    I know this has been done before and could have been done with a different lens, but I was just so excited about the lens, i wanted to try all kinds of shots with it.
     
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    Wow, is this really a 10 minute exposure? Cool, almost looks like daytime. Was it a very still night or was the wind blowing a bit? The branches don't look that sharp.
     
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    Slight breeze. Yes. 10 minutes..and kind of dark, but i painted the under branches with a flashlight a little.
     
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    I like it!

    By the way how do you view EXIF data on the picture?
     
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    Imma bout to buy one too :), Like the pic sir.
     
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    Install Opanda IExif on your computer and when you want to view the exif in a picture (if it's there) you right click on the picture and click on Properties.
     

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