Light trails

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  1. spike5003

    spike5003 TPF Noob!

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    I decided to go play with light trails at night because in my years of photography i had never done it. Let me know what you think


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    THey were all taken on film, manually, using a variation of shutter speeds from 20 to 50 seconds.
     
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    one more :)


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    i love them... but im such a lover of long exposures, i need a camera that does more than 2 seconds :roll:
     
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    it probly cant on auto mode but if you can hook up a cable release you can do it. Just put it on the "B" and get a stop watch. The shutter will stay open as long as you hold down the release.
     
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    I like the noise.. I think the first one is my favorite. Is it a multiple exposure? I'm trying to figure out what all the signs and lights are from..

    It looks like the sort of photo that belongs in a greasy diner.
     
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    not multiple exposure, just really long exposure, like 40 seconds. The neon signs got kind of washed out because of the long shutter. I should probably fix that.
     

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