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Black and White Sky by killersnowman Black and White Sky by killersnowman
i never knew how cool a black and white photo of the sky was until i took this. it was a pic done with the bulb exposure @ f/8

Exposure time: 4078 seconds = 68 minutes
Aperature: f/8
Focal Length: 28mm
ISO speed: ISO 100 equivilant
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Saphirkaa Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2008
Very pretty! :D
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awake-euphoria Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2005
The rain looks like a gigantic spider web, it's interesting.
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bodesta Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2005
amazing, simply amazing
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JudgementOfMan Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2005
woah...shit...nice one :D i wanna try doing this sometime but...meh, too much artificial light where i live. still, nice one! any tips for achieving this? ;)
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tareeree Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2005   Digital Artist
It almost looks like it could be a still from an old horror movie...I love the light on the shrub's leaves and the streaked effect of the rain. Very different.
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RissaMalfoy Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005  Hobbyist Writer
Thats cool! The white looks really cool on the black!
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northerain Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Nice shot mate...try with a longer exposure, it might look cooler.Very good.
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DaShAg Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2005
68 minutes? HOW? LOL, awe-some stuff !
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
well... 68 mins was achieved by... doing a BULB exposure for 68 mins and by using a cable release. thanks for your comments =)
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beator Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2005
Amazing photo! Did you use your EOS 300d for that? If yes, the noise performance is really great, considering that this is a 68 minutes exposure. Nice work! :)
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
yep i used my Drebel, not to much noise if you ask me. i was really expecting to see more than that! thanks! =)
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beator Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2005
you're welcome :)
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XthexendX Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2005  Professional Photographer
i love it! its an awesome shot. i understand the exposure.. but how do you keep everything so bright? how does the camera stay exposed that long without everything going black?

-XthexendX
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
hhmmmm.... i am not sure what you are asking but, the shutter is open for a long time and it is gathering light the entire time so it builds slowly instead of all at once =)
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moiaaron Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005
theres something magical about this, are those falling stars or rain drops? :O good shot!
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
those are stars! but not falling ones.... in the 68 minutes of the exposure the earth rotated and the stars turned into streaks! =) thanks for the comments
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BleedingDesire Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005   Photographer
Such an awesome photo ;p I wanna see more from yooou :P Hee...
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
oh you will... mwhahahah =) hehehehe
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gls Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005   Photographer
Nicely shot - great photo! Nice to see something in the foreground like the trees as well, makes it look much better.

Well done! :thumbsup:

Greg
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks! i have one other picture that i tried to get a silouhette (ahhh spelling) [link] might want to check it out if you liked this one =) thanks!
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smile-for-ceal Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2005   Photographer
nah i dont rekon a border could go wit this shot! as u sed with the grainyness it just wouldnt look rite!
maybe if it was in a frame or sumthing it could work but u'd hav to stick with charcoal like colours! beautiful pic also =)

celia ;P
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
i agree totally, if it where a physical frame that was a mat type or something it would look cool, but not a digital frame
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thehollywood Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2005   Photographer
Wow, you have talent taking pictures that have long exposures (sp?). I really love how you can see the rain. Great job!

Maybe add a border though? o.O
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
you know its actually not rain... the streaks are the stars. you see when you expose a pic for 68minutes the stars move and make streaks, kinda a cool phenonemon (eek! spelling) ang the things that actually look like stars in the pic are actually just noise from the photo
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thehollywood Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005   Photographer
Wow- that even makes it more amazing.
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
you know i tried a border and it just didn't look right. the grainyness of the photo didn't look to good on the smooth border, but ill give it another go! and thanks for the nice comments! =)
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thehollywood Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2005   Photographer
for**
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thehollywood Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2005   Photographer
Ok, kool. You're welcome ^^ Thanks fot yours.
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