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StArs iN THe SkY by killersnowman StArs iN THe SkY by killersnowman
its a 36 min exposure at f/3.5 brrr.... it was a cold night but it was well worth it! =) this is my first attempt at trying to get motion in the stars along with stationary objects on the ground. let me know how it is! =)
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VaLeTiNaa Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2006   Photographer
gReaT WoRk..:D
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dev-IAN-t Featured By Owner May 16, 2005
looks alright, but you can see all the gradient lines in the sky. i want to try something like this, but i need to get a tripod first... these shots are always pretty cool though :)
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Delusionist Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2005
Very nice job!!! I've just recently gotten into the same type of photography... I have an awesome idea that I hope to implement soon but this is a very well done shot :-D Great job :)
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mjohnston Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005   Photographer
thanx for the fave.
I have played with star trails before they are fun. I never had trails like that before. Any suggestions? NIce pic.
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
if you are referring to how wide the star trails are, its because the camera was as wide open as it could go (f/3.5) and the focus was off, making the star trails seem "thicker"

thanks for the interest, and i love your gallery!
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mjohnston Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005   Photographer
THANX FOR THE TID BIT, i LEARNED IN SCHOOL THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE MID APTATURE AND THEN GUESS AT THE TIME. AND TANK YOU FOR THE INTEREST FOR MY GALLERY. THERE WILL BE MORE PHOTOS COMMING
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beator Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2005
looks amazing, and I have to say that there's pretty less noise in the image for beeing a 36 minutes exposure... I always wanted to do such a shot but never found the time, and I wasn't sure if it would look good on a digital (I have a D70 myself). Cool idea with the tape on the shutter, heard about that some time ago but forgot it... I have to try that out myself ;-)

for sure this is a cool shot!
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks! the tape is a good Ghetto way to do it... since then i have gotten a real shutter release and it works good to
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gls Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005   Photographer
Oh wowow! That does look sensational - the colours are very sweet indeed! :thumbsup:

Nicely done with the landscape as well, well shot there buddy!

Greg
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks! glad you could check it out =)
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