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    Long Exposure

    All these are hand held and I know it is wrong but the first lot you will never get them because it is in a tunnel.
    The tunnel is called Burnley Street Tunnel in Melbourne and its a no stopping ever.
    And I had my camera in hand so I got of many more that these few, though the ones I am showing I think are the more interesting ones.
    The next lot are the main town/city close to us that we have to go through to get home and I struck me to have a go at it.
    But yes these could be done with a tripod at night anytime.
    And again I had camera in hand and gave it a go.
    Sorry about the dirty windscreen as they are the blotches in the shots.

    Burnley Tunnel 1
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    Burnley Tunnel 2
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    Burnley Tunnel 3
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    Mildura Main Street 1
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    Mildura Main Street 2
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    Mildura Main Street 3
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    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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    Quite interesting effects. Well done.

    I wouldn't call it "wrong," perhaps not the proper method for many situations, but there's no harm trying it.
    Amateur and unskilled photographer with a very small collection of gears.

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    I think they came out really good Thanks for sharing Gramps! Love these types of light/ long exposure experiments!!

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    I like it.
    There are rules. And that's ok. But the real fun is when we break them
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    I like it Gramps! Coloring outside the lines is necessary for growth.

    thanks for sharing,
    Willie

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    More of the light painting look, I like it.

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    Imagine this, with double exposure. : )
    (Insert list of camera gear that lets others know how much money you have here.)

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    Nice painting with light, I like
    I used to own stuff

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    Thanks for your encouraging replies to this.
    I am pleased that they have got on well here.
    And just sometimes you have to push a boundary here and there and see what you get.
    So thanks to everyone.
    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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