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April 6, 2005
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19 (who?)
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 10D
Shutter Speed
30/1 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
800
Date Taken
Apr 6, 2005, 2:13:08 AM
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it's a big sky by rokprsn it's a big sky by rokprsn
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insertknifehere Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
Wow, I love the house at the bottom. It makes the picture... complete, (for lack of a better word.) :+fav:
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erwanbreizh Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
i like this picture. it's verry beautiful !
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jenny324 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2005
you did a really great job this time, i hecka love this picture
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Sweetbeer Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2005
This is absolutely amazing.I love the angle in which you took it and the sky looks so beautiful.And the light in the background adds something to it.Amazing shot! :clap:
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voodoodoll1389 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2005
Wow! I really love this. The sky is so amazing. Some nights I'll just sit on the roof of my house looking at the stars...
I love how the angle is tilted, cuz whenever I'm looking at the sky, I seem to forget where the ground is...
Fantastic job... makes me wish I had a nice camera... but I probably couldn't take such great pictures
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scatter-brain Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2005   Writer
beautiful sky, and an amazing shot
i wish that i could take night shots like this
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xmissjessicax Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2005   Photographer
i really like this. it makes me jealous.. having an 8 second shutter speed just doesn't work for me. i can't wait until i get that other camera.
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rokprsn Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2005
thank you 2 times, 1 for the favourite. i'd try this, i haven't before though: take many shots of the scene without moving the camera(maybe 5 at 8 seconds each) and then on the computer put them together and play around with the blending levels of each layer. may or may not work, could be waste o' time. hey, do you still have that cd with all those programs you borrowed or did you find it or anything?
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Toadsmoothy2 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2005
now THATS frickin' fantabulous! :clap:
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LittLeLenGz Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2005
woww.. so many starrsss..
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