Long exposures

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  1. cruise

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    I really like the 5th picture, the one in the tunnel/sewer.

    What was the source of the two white light blurs?
     
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    I like the third one quite a bit, its a nice cityscape, with a ton of good colors. I also like the 5th one.
     
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    third one is my favorite

    how did you do that last one? how did you get the people to somewhat stay in focus?
     
  5. HoboSyke

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    I reckn tht 1st shot is the best, awesome building, the shot has great exposure!! Where is that?
     
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    I guess you never saw Rocky. :lol: Its Philadelphia, PA, USA


    I think the one of Independence Hall is great
     
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    Yeah I have seen Rocky heaps but In Rocky its always overcast and grey looking, and I dont remmeber seeing the mural on the stairs!!
     

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