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  1. columbus

    columbus TPF Noob!

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    Took this while driving at a blistering 25 mph with my p&s...C&C please

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    did you have your left hand reached across your body to take this? thats not very safe!
     
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    Wow, love it!

    Love the way your arm and the steeiring wheel are perfectly still, but the long exp makes the lights on the road streaked. Love the originality, never seen a shot like this before.

    What P+S was it?
     
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    very cool idea... just photoshop the needle on the dash to show 125 :)
     
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    that doesn't look possible unless you shot the photo from behind your head
     
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    Ok I had a tripod set up in the backseat and I eyeballed the composition- plus I used the timer so I had time to reposition myself.

    The camera is a Sony DSC-W30 and I'm beginning to figure out how to trick the camera into doing what I want :) Settings were f3.5, 2 sec exposure, iso 80, and flash to freeze my arm/steering wheel
     
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    I believe that's called a slow sync flash.....it flashes right before the shutter closes on a long exposure
     
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    I think the flash went off right after the shutter opened, but I could be wrong
     

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