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Night photography light effects

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By Joseph Boltrukiewicz
Posted Apr 21, 2012 in Arts
Night photography sometimes can bring unexpected results. On one end of its aspect there's stable tripod, very well fixed and an attention to get sharp, in focus object.
On the other side of it there's free will movement of the camera in front of lit objects which can be moving themselves too. In both cases, longer exposure is a key factor in getting something that we want to get. For stable objects we exactly know what we'll get. The total mystery is when moving objects are recorded. All of the sudden, a strange and unreal world of shapes and colours is revealed that has no reference to any conceiveable reality.
The following set of shots was taken of the moving objects. Take a look and give me your feedback. Thank you and have a great weekend!
Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots.
Mystery of night shots.
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Mystery of night shots - the lights dancing salsa on the street.
Mystery of night shots - the lights dancing salsa on the street.
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