Long exposures pt.1

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  1. Ronald Reagan

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    A bit different from what you'd expect from long exposure photos (i.e. cityscape, star trails, etc).
    First 2 images were long exposures of ~10 secs on Fujifilm Provia 400X.
    The next 2 images were long exposures of ~30 secs on Kodak Portra 800.
    Using a Mamiya 6 with 75mm.
     
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    Certainly different. I do like the first two.
     
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    Cheers! They were taken at Rone's Omega exhibition in Alphington. Had to wait a good 2 hours to get in, but was worth it I reckon. So many photographers inside too...one of those places where photography was not only welcome but encouraged.
     
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    guessing you used a fairly dark ND filter.

    if nothing was moving in the scene my only question is that why?
     
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    No ND filter. I just wanted to see how far I could push it without one.
     
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    Also worth mentioning the house pictures were taken early in the morning, around 6.30am, just as the sun was rising.
     
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    ah ok got ya. I took some moonlit shots a while back and was surprised at how not-weird they looked which is kinda the same thing.
     

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