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Jan 05, 2018 03:44 |  #1

I was going over 20k+ images kinda cleaning things up, seeing if i missed something, and in between two shots I took during my brothers engagement shoot, I found this. I wondered why that cell phone background was in the middle of my lr library. Upon further investigation, I found out I shot it, but the flash did not fire. I had been shooting outdoors in downtown. Doth mine eyes deceive me? lol

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Jan 05, 2018 06:30 |  #2

It's an interesting image but the giant watermark pretty much ruins it.


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Jan 05, 2018 07:24 |  #3

There are alot of cool things you can produce by having a slow shutter and dragging the camera around. I try to make replacement backgrounds by doing things like this. With good material and slowing down your camera, you can make cool abstracts like the one you did. :)

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