Long Exposure Moving Shots

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  1. SCguy

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    Was riding (not driving, I don't shoot and drive) through our small town and just out of sheer boredom began taking pics. I don't know what it is about this picture, but it looks cool and abstract, even moreso in negative. [​IMG] [​IMG] Later, I was still bored so I took this: [​IMG] See anything? RD
     
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    neat!
     
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    Phil the Photographer in need of Photo-holic therapy

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    Woa woa woa! I JUST noticed the face in the 3rd photo!=0 woa...
     
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    I did something like the third shot once. SO much fun :D

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    I did something like that too, I used a tripod, self-timer, and gave my friend a piece of paper to cover the lens when I was moving. I made it so it looked like I was having anal sex with myself. It was a good time.
     
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    I did the same thing with second curtain sync. Long exposure and I entered the frame with a second left and the flash gave it the ghostly look.
     

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