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Subject: Sarah Ann

Subject: Sarah Ann

shot i took drunk on the way back from town, had no tripod, just put my camera on my bag, put it on timer and ran around with my mobile phone, was fun, but now my front is all wet from lying in a graveyard facedown for too long.



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Registered: March 2005
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Date: Sat February 20, 2010
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Keywords: graveyard long exposure graves lights night time tire want to go sleep now soaking wet oh why wont my pillow girlfriend answer calls
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cees B
very strong morbide atmosphere! i like this kind of photography.
#1 Sat February 20, 2010 12:59pm

cheers cees B, there are more from this series on the way, just need a little bit of tweeking
#2 Sat February 20, 2010 1:43pm

tom, I love this!! Thank god you were not on your back, someone might have thrown dirt over you!!!
#3 Sat February 20, 2010 2:25pm

I am a novice and new to the blog. I've noticed members don't ask questions in their comments. But, I'll never learn if I don't reveal my ignorance so forgive if I offend, please. There is a shaft of light eminating that appears as blue flourescent from the near top right of the headstone to a tree trunk. What is that?
How did you do that? I thought you could not double expose in digital. Thanks
#4 Sat February 27, 2010 1:23am

because its a really long exposure, (30 secs) you can see all sorts of details about the photograph if you click "show Exif info" the blue light is actually me with my mobile phone, painting light on to the gravestone as the camera exposed (it was a bit of a light trail left over from dragging my phone away from the grave). this was actually taken in the middle of the night, not at dusk time or early morning as the background lighting may suggest, the long exposure makes it look like a different time of day. dont feel nervous about asking questions on this blog, everyone is very helpful and have definitely helped me out a lot!

cheers Thom
#5 Mon March 1, 2010 9:26pm

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