Title: 15 seconds

Capture Date/Time: February 12 2005 22:44
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 105mm f/2D AF DC-Nikkor
Focal Length: 105mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/8 - 15 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

I'm sure that most of you are used to my building shots involving crazy perspective and converging lines. Here is one that I tried to shoot following a more gridlike pattern. I bracketed this shot at three different stop levels and ended up liking this one that was slightly overexposed since the sky tones were more affected by the city lights. I can't wait to do more long exposures in the city where you get to walk around behind your tripod stuffing your face with chips and drinking gatorade :)

6 commentsAdd yours

04.07.05/10:04 AM david jones said:

You should have photoshopped the windows on the building on the right to read out archie rules..

04.07.05/11:52 AM abby said:

so is that your secret...*runs off to buy chips and gatorade*

04.07.05/12:45 PM Adriana said:

Ok Now we know hoe much time we hae to take for a long exposure. Now tell us how far was the store. (lol) Wonderful light.

04.07.05/02:05 PM darren said:

great shot. Love the colors and the tone.

04.07.05/11:38 PM Garth said:

My wife and I were checking this out...doing the blog crawl. We have a concensus that this is a "Frickin Beautiful Shot"

04.08.05/03:58 AM Jorge Lesmes said:

WoW Thats a long time exposure! Great shot!




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