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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS-1D Mark II
Shutter Speed
33376/10 second
Aperture
F/7.1
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Apr 25, 2005, 12:56:49 PM
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Midnight Moment by anonymous66 Midnight Moment by anonymous66
Long exposure test with my new 1d MII. This was 55 minutes at f/7.1 using a tripod and shutter remote. I should of been using a wider aperture, but I had originally planned on doing a 120 minutes shot.
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KarySky Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
I absolutely love your artwork.

Would I have the permission to put it in my website header design ? All credits would remain yours, of course.
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Brian686 Featured By Owner May 11, 2006   Photographer
This might sound like a stupid question but is the sky like that because of the earth's rotation?
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hzreh Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2006   Photographer
I wonder if the dots aren't noise but dead pixels cause by long exposure ? .... but very nice capture though :) well done ...
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anonymous66 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2006
Dead pixels thanks to the digital sensor..... I finally bought a lens for my film camera, because of that problem.
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hzreh Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006   Photographer
uh .. even 1ds Mark II have that problem i dunno what will happen to my 20D if i shot in B for 55min long ...
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anonymous66 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006
The 20D is supposed to be better and there is even a modified version of the 20D (20Da) that is better for night photography. The best thing to do, would be to take several shorter exposures and just stack the images together in photoshop.
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hzreh Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2006   Photographer
Wow thanks for the tips, but how to stack it ?
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Snapshooter Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005
if the iso is 100 I don't understand why there is seen some noise.??
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worldchaos Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2005
What is with all of the noise with shooting at ISO 100 and a Mark II?
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anonymous66 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2005
It is Digital noise. A common problem with Digital Cameras and super long exposures.
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