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  1. anthonydamario

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    I'm not sure why the lights are like that, I think its because they were both 30 second exposures but any less and they were too dark. I used one flash on the first and two on the second.
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    yes the lights turned out like that due to the long exposure. a flash isnt going to do too much with such a long exposure. the first shot is a little dark. i like the 2nd shot tho the teggy looks clean.
     
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    If you have an alarm on the car that flashes the lights while you've got the shutter open it might help.
     

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