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  1. wxnut

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    Holy Jeezus!! Tell that driver to slow down!!

    Another fantastic long exposure from wxnut!! Well done! Just my .02… Crop out the foreground red thing.
     
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    Great shot.... it looks like hes about to go into hyperdrive
     
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    Yeah, your right. Those are my camera cases. I didnt think they would show, but my 14mm picks up everything.
     
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    HANG ON TIGHT!!!:lol:

    Cool shot. :thumbup:
    Neat idea too!!!
     
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    geeze jsut like me when i hit high booost, nice pic man, just a noob question, how to i adjust my exposure, my camera has PASM mode where u change that, i know A stands for aperture, but thats it, someone pm me or just reply here please
     
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    Cool, I'm impressed that you got the two in front to stay still for the exposure. Great Job!
     
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    Go to "s" which im guessing is shutter priority and to get a image like the one here, use a longer shutter speed.... like 2 seconds. And the oposite if you want to freeze the image. Or you could use "m" but then you would have to select the apature as well
     
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    The trick is to use the flash AND have a longer shutter speed. In this case, the flash flashed, and then the shutter remained open for another 10 seconds. Its night so you dont have to remain perfectly still once the flash is done, but the more still the better. Also, this is done with a 14mm lens. without a wide angle, this may not work. Here is another try at it from a different angle...

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    These are cool.
    I read an article about a guy who does lots of these. I've been wanting to do one for a long time...but we barely even have street lights in this little town :lol:
     
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    These are cool. Nicely done. !! My car wont go that fast.:lmao:
     
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    very cool!
     

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