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Jul 14, 2013 07:06 |  #1

Very special mushroom, white colour in day, green light in the night! not very good capture, hopefully can get better shoot next time!

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Jul 14, 2013 07:11 |  #2

Is this a natural glow or was light shined on it to make it fluoresce?


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Jul 14, 2013 07:17 |  #3

mjww wrote in post #16118723 (external link)
Is this a natural glow or was light shined on it to make it fluoresce?

Natural glow. the photo is compleate exposure with light from mushroom only without any others light!


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Jul 14, 2013 08:06 |  #4

Interesting and unusual, I wonder how many other mushrooms do this.


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Jul 14, 2013 08:56 |  #5

Strange in a good way, nice ones!




  
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Jul 15, 2013 04:12 |  #6

they seem a tiny blurred, but thanks for for showing us both :)


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Jul 15, 2013 04:32 |  #7

Warl0rd wrote in post #16121225 (external link)
they seem a tiny blurred, but thanks for for showing us both :)

Both are long exposure(more than 10s), I need to pratice more on tripod macro. maybe my tripod is moving, because i use live view 10x to focusing.


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Jul 15, 2013 04:50 |  #8

did you set the camera on timer (or have a remote trigger)? because the press of the button will be enough to blur it.


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Jul 15, 2013 07:16 |  #9

Warl0rd wrote in post #16121279 (external link)
did you set the camera on timer (or have a remote trigger)? because the press of the button will be enough to blur it.

That, and use mirror lock up too. :)


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Jul 15, 2013 07:31 |  #10

Just another reason for me to avoid fungus lol. Awesome shots, thanks for sharing.


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Jul 15, 2013 07:41 |  #11

Magic mushrooms ;)

Great captures.


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Jul 15, 2013 08:05 |  #12

Very cool shots, we have foxfire were I live, which is similar. It's always a treat stumbling across a patch in the middle of the night :)


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Jul 15, 2013 08:08 as a reply to  @ Indicolite's post |  #13

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing!


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Jul 15, 2013 08:11 |  #14

Wicked mushrooms!


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Jul 15, 2013 08:49 |  #15

Indicolite wrote in post #16121568 (external link)
Very cool shots, we have foxfire were I live, which is similar. It's always a treat stumbling across a patch in the middle of the night :)

that should be something :)


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