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    Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down



    On the backside of the presidential range in the whites


    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.23.61/waterfall.JPG[/img]


    30D, 17-40L @ 26mm, f16, 2sec, ISO100

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    Canon 50D, 5 sec, F\8, ISO 100 70MM



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    Ghost of a fast METRO train.





    5DMII1s f/11.0 at 24.0mm iso500

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    The Mississippi River at the Chain of Rocks Low Water Dam, St. Louis


    Camera: Canon EOS 7D, EF-S17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
    Exposure: 5 sec
    Aperture: f/16.0
    Focal Length: 17 mm
    ISO Speed: 100


    Double stacked neutral density filters, ND 0.6 + ND 1.8. Processed in DPP, 'landscape', linear contrast.






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    Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down



    Quote Originally Posted by Oren


    Great pic Dumien, the best so far [img]/emoticons/emotion-5.gif[/img]



    thanks Oren


    I really like the fireworks !!

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    Jorundr-Jorgensen,


    Love the wooden house!


    -Rodger

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    Re: Assignment 7: Slow it Down









    Wow great photos everyone!


    I took this a few hours ago. Down town Pittsburgh (or dahntahn to the 'burghers' on this site!) in the city council building. My friends in the photo were taking part in a mock trial court session before this photo (explains the snazzy attire).


    It's two photos merged in photoshop. Both at the same exposure. Shot in AV. One at 30 seconds and f/32 to achieve the sunburst lighting, and the second at 1/25 to [just barely] freeze the subjects. Not sure if the judges will skip it since there is a shot at 1/25, but I figured I'd give it a go.


    -Rodger



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    Whatsreal: almost abstract. I like it. What would happen if you would crop it down? The carroussel reference would be less obvious but the abstract color patterns would still be amazing I think. I am totally digging the colors.

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    Here's mine, a picture of the Orion Nebula (M42):


    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.25.93/m42-800-wide.jpg[/img]


    5DII, Astro-Physics 130 EDFGT 816mm f/6.3 8 exposures 4-minutes each, stacked with deep sky stacker


    Taken at the California Star Party 2009, Lake San Antonio





    Here is a picture of M33, which I have posted before (this one does not count ):


    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.25.93/m33-800-wide.jpg[/img]


    5DII, Astro-Physics 130 EDFGT 816mm f/6.3 8 exposures, 8-minutes each, stacked with deep sky stacker


    Taken at Observatory Campground near Mt. Palomar Observatory

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    Wow, Jon, those are beautiful. Wow. I know a bit about astronomy myself but haven't tried anything like that before. I love that shot of the Orion Nebula. Good Stuff [H]

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