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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D80
Shutter Speed
16/10 second
Aperture
F/9.0
Focal Length
38 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Feb 18, 2010, 9:21:53 PM
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Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
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:iconsea-of-llights:
I like this serie!

looks how old fotographics....
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:iconpartiallyhere:
looks tired and old :) but it's only appearances
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EintoeRn Mar 11, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
this is wild, wild night. or world.
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:iconpartiallyhere:
it is, it always is
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EintoeRn Mar 12, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
so true, so true .
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RichardLeach Mar 11, 2011   Traditional Artist
the silhouette of a face made by the light just to the right of the top center of this amazes me!
it's jittery, explosive, festive even without color.
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:iconpartiallyhere:
yes, it shows mostly in this one, the dynamism of urban life.
this series, is, even if it dosen't look so, taken underground, in a passage between two malls.
:faint: i just now discovered it, looking at the date, february last year, i was in canada.

those lights are so annoying when trying to take long exposures. i usually do my best to avoid them. the image gets too crowded.
i had to desaturate to b&w, to use a unifying texture and even like this, i could only have 3 for my series...
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RichardLeach Mar 11, 2011   Traditional Artist
i was thinking above ground but now that you say that, there's a kind of closed-in feeling.

well worth finding and working with. i see, looking some more now, that light/face is there two, three or more times. fascinating! :sherlock:
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:iconpartiallyhere:
this shape is directly related to my hand movement in relation to the light, during this little more of a second that the shot took
in these, i was not standing, i was running after the others, and that's why the lights have so many patterns, mostly in the 2 others.
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RichardLeach Mar 11, 2011   Traditional Artist
wow. i do like hearing how you do things. the images stand by themselves but craft is very interesting in its own right.
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