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Energy - Film Long Exposure by Cameron-Jung Energy - Film Long Exposure by Cameron-Jung
Makes me wanna go do it some more....

**resubmitting with correct colour profile (i hope)

Long exposure on Film, Tamborine Mountain.

- Olympus OM-1n
- 100ASA FujiFilm
- F4 Aperture
- 28mm Focal Length
- 22 minutes (+/- 1 min) Exposure time
- 1AM AEST approx.

Little bit of reciprocity failure and colour shift but im not complaining. I love how this turned out.

** the colouring in this picture is, to the best of my knowledge, caused by a number of factors - firstly, film has a tenancy to produce some odd results when it is exposed for more than a couple of seconds, caused by a failure in the film's colour responsive chemicals. The red colour is a dominant colour in our galaxy, which can be seen stretching diagonally across the image. The blue is of course an over saturation of the night sky (not by me - in my experience fuji film is weighted pretty heavily to blues and greens making it awesome for tropical images), and the yellow i believe is light pollution from a nearby city. One thing i love (and often hate) about long exposure photography, particularly at night, is that it shows a lot of things which cannot be seen by the naked eye. this kind of colouration is a perfect example :D

If this is wrong, correct me please.
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Energy - Film Long Exposure by ~onesadlittleboy Now generally as a rule of thumb, I don't like shots that have telephone pole's in them much, by any means, however when Drew suggested this to me, I about had my mouth drop open on the floor. Besides the fact it is shot in a 22 minute long exposure on film, it just has a really unique look and feel about it...almost an odd statement about technology...if one can say. Truly a very skilled shot! ( Suggested by DrewHopper and Featured by kkart )
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Yashia98 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Realy god job!
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LovelessShardae Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Student Photographer
Wrote a journal about shutter speed and aperture and used this as an example. the journal is here fav.me/d7h8h60
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DizzyNicky Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
this is so beautiful.
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Cameron-Jung Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Cheers dizzy nicky!
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NatashaShaty Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013
Beautiful.
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DsyncStudios Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013   Photographer
:wave: Hi there! Your wonderful picture has been featured!
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LovelyLolipoptart Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Student General Artist
how did you take this?! D: i've been wondering for a long time now how photographers take pictures like these of the night sky!
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Cameron-Jung Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi there :) I set up an old film camera on a tripod on a clear night and left the shutter open for about 20 mins. Once i was finished i made a few tweaks in PS.
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LovelyLolipoptart Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Student General Artist
ohhhh lol thank you! i've always been baffled by how people do that xD now i know
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Mihawk-Fan Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
beautiful!
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