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6 minute exposure at sunset in York, Maine. Was pretty cloudy, and liked the effect of the clouds moving over he ocean and the fine rocks bordering the beach.

The picture was to dark, i make it brighter in lightroom and this is it.. :)

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The severe extremes of weather that pound the High Plains of Western Nebraska are hard for any exposed structure

The weird part about this photo is that less than 30 minutes later the clouds all disappeared!


3 exposure, -2, 0, +2, and processed in Photomatrix


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Rain returned to San Francisco on Saturday but stopped just long enough for a visit to Rincon Park along The Embarcadero for some long exposure work.

Actually, the beetle is in the back of the leaf. Without the sunlight, I wouldn't have noticed it.



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Hello there!My first-or second try for long exposure with my phone! I downloaded an app to do this shot,but i don't know why it saves it like 800x400 ... it's so small and excuse me for that! Have a nice day! :)

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Camera: Canon EOS 50D

Exposure: 30 sec (30)

Aperture: f/6.3

Focal Length: 24 mm

ISO Speed: 160

Flash: Flash did not fire

Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM

Tripod: Manfrotto 190 XPROB

Long exposure on this lake in Glacier National Park. Pretty scene there between these trees.


Exposure to music may cause sudden outbursts of joy, happiness, energy, creativity, awareness and spontaneous healing!


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Écouter de la musique peut provoquer de brusques éclats de joie, de bonheur , d'énergie , de créativité et de la guérison spontanée !

Longer exposure to the other one!

Sorry if it's a bit samey:)


Exif data


ND10 Stop Filter

CameraNikon D800

Exposure273 Seconds


Focal Length36 mm

ISO Speed100

The Church in a night exposure.

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waiting around in the parking lot... its been shot a million times but hey its not hdr.


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Stumble It!

Full commitment to get that shot... Dave Brightwell in action

I'm not sure how many times I clicked on this...I just couldn't stop and have been really inspired by some of the wonderful double/triple exposures I've seen on flickr


Does the "refraction" look familiar to anyone?

This shot was intentional but the jet was not. I was out practicing some long exposure shots this evening and this jet entered the scene while my shutter was open.

A long exposure I got last night when I went out with my Dad and my mate Keenan.


The sky was really foggy so I'm really surprised that it came out like this.

Mostra Fotografica di Giordano Quaresima


Genazzano, Roma


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Locali ex Cantina Sociale

My first attempt at 120+ sec long exposure. There is blur in branches on the left, due to breeze and some strange blue haze near there as well. What are your thoughts? Ken has started something now...more to come.

I need some help choosing between these 3 photos. Please let me know which one you like best. I like all three of these, so I might keep them all.

Burnham-on-sea Lighthouse.


A long exposure taken earlier on the same day as the sunset shot posted recently.


Aperture: f/11

Exposure: 86 seconds

ISO: 100

Camera: Canon 5D MKII

Lens: Canon 17-40mm f/4L @ 17mm

Filters: LEE Big stopper, LEE 0.6S ND Grad

Processing: Photoshop CC and Silver Efex Pro 2

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Technical Specs :

Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

lens: Canon EF 17-40mm F/4 L USM

Shutter: 75.000016 s

Aperture: f/18

ISO: 50

Exposure: 0.00 eV

Metering mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire

Focal length: 17 mm

White balance: Auto white balance


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Playing with multiple Exposure..

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I finally got some long exposures of this car. It seems I never get the cloud action needed to shoot long exposures like this. Of course all day, while at work, the cloud conditions were perfect. Taunting me every time we had a break. Well, to my luck the conditions were still favourable after work on my way home so I headed to my favourite car. At first the clouds weren't that great but while shooting this big cloud starting rolling in straight for me. This shot is the result of that cloud with a 4 minute exposure.


Exposure 239 sec.

Aperture f/7.1

Focal Length 10 mm

ISO Speed 100

10 stop ND

3 stop ND

3 stop reverse GND

1 stop GND




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