JULY 1, 2003
had mentioned a week or so back, that I was planning a slow-shutter
timed-exposure photo session. Well, the results are ready for you to take a
look at. Click on the link given below, or simply click on the button to the
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photos have been clicked with a 30 second exposure. At such low shutter
speeds moving subjects cause streaks of
light. Photographing dim, still sources
of light causes them to look like stars with light spreading in all
directions, in clearly defined rays.
of these days I must summarize my experiences during this experiment, in the
form of a list of dos and don'ts.
the above photograph, you can see Virginia Tech's Burrus Hall in all its
glory. The star-like glow from the street lights and a streak
of light from a passing car are clearly seen.
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