Friday, January 15, 2010

photo of the day!

Shooting long exposures on the pier at night was something I had yet to try. It was 4o degrees out with 10 to 15 mph winds. The weather was chilly to say the lease. With my remote shutter release in one hand and hot chocolate in the other, I managed to snap this 736 second exposure of the Juno beach pier with the cities of Jupiter and Tequesta in the background. This was my first time using the 10.5mm fish eye for long exposures. It really gave an even better effect than what I was hoping for!


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