A&P 30 and 15 sec exposures *pics*

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  1. mads.

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    Took these tonite , just experimenting outside my window , with a DSCF - 707
    unedited, only resized
     
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    pics of how dark it normally is for comparison? :x:
     
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    i think my exposures are brighter after only 1.5 secs... (my cam's max)
     
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    out the window pretty much same light . just diff angle.
     
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    btw those are F8
     
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    thats how normally dark it is?
     
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    yes give or take a car or two
     
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    Good gawd. You'd think with an exposure that lond you'd be able to see more but if its that dark you guys need more lights :)
     

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