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Long Exposure: Railway Bridge

 
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Dec 03, 2010 11:51 |  #1

I was out with a friend of mine the other night and got some interesting exposures of a local railway bridge. Any comments or feedback would be appreciated.


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Dec 03, 2010 11:55 |  #2

my first thought was back to the future... I like it...


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Dec 03, 2010 11:57 |  #3

That looks pretty cool!



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Dec 03, 2010 13:18 |  #4

does look cool! keep looking at it wondering what those lights are.. like telefragger said, its the "take off" scene from back to the future!!


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Dec 03, 2010 13:33 |  #5

howzitboy wrote in post #11389347 (external link)
does look cool! keep looking at it wondering what those lights are.. like telefragger said, its the "take off" scene from back to the future!!

Thanks! That's actually the headlights of the train as it started onto the bridge.


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Dec 03, 2010 13:45 |  #6

Journeyingjon wrote in post #11389433 (external link)
Thanks! That's actually the headlights of the train as it started onto the bridge.

how did you remove the train but the lights then?


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Dec 03, 2010 13:51 |  #7

TeleFragger wrote in post #11389499 (external link)
how did you remove the train but the lights then?

dark enough that the body of the train didn't even register - it was only in the frame for a fraction of the exposure time needed to register the rest of the scene, but the headlights were bright enough to burn themselves in


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Dec 03, 2010 15:15 |  #8

workerdrone wrote in post #11389537 (external link)
dark enough that the body of the train didn't even register - it was only in the frame for a fraction of the exposure time needed to register the rest of the scene, but the headlights were bright enough to burn themselves in

Bingo. It was a 10sec exposure so the train didn't show up but the lights did.


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Dec 03, 2010 17:18 |  #9

Journeyingjon wrote in post #11389972 (external link)
Bingo. It was a 10sec exposure so the train didn't show up but the lights did.

extremely well done




  
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Dec 03, 2010 18:25 as a reply to  @ joeleszc's post |  #10

Very nice!


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Dec 03, 2010 22:19 |  #11

Nice photo..This is one of those pictures that you can just look at and it keeps you busy..


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Dec 04, 2010 03:29 |  #12

Nice photo. Exif?




  
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Dec 04, 2010 11:50 |  #13

The EXIF is still attached

Camera Maker: Canon
Camera Model: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: EF17-40mm f/4L USM
Image Date: 2010-12-01 22:01:01 -0700
Focal Length: 17.0mm
Focus Distance: 4294967295.00m
Aperture: f/4.0
Exposure Time: 10.000 s
ISO equiv: 640
Exposure Bias: none
Metering Mode: Matrix
Exposure: Manual
Exposure Mode: Manual
White Balance: Auto
Flash Fired: No
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Dec 04, 2010 12:14 |  #14

Nice capture.


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Dec 04, 2010 15:13 |  #15

i really wish you didnt ruin that pic with your name that big up at the top. is that necessary?


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