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52 Week Challenge - Week 5 - Slow Shutter

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52 Week Challenge - Week 5 - Slow Shutter

3 Feb 2013 10:07PM   Views : 630 Unique : 428

This weeks challenge for my '52 Week Challenge' was to use a slow shutter speed. For a couple of the images I used the LEE Big Stopper in bright daylight, the other was a series of images blended together to form one image.

Brighton Wheel

I went for a long exposure of the Brighton Wheel from a different angle today. Rather than do it at night with the light trails I experimented in bright daylight using the LEE Big Stopper.





Light Trails

I was on the way home and had to stop at these traffic lights underneath a footbridge. A perfect opportunity to take some light trails sprang to mind. A quick left and parked up to snap a few shots. The rest of the family were not too happy! There are in fact three or four shots blended together here, hence the several shades of traffic light.





Slow Lorry

Taken for the 52 Week Challenge, slow shutter exercise. This was a large lorry negotiating the roundabout opposite Brighton Pier.



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JJGEE 11 6.7k 18 England
4 Feb 2013 3:30PM
Like the traffic lights, just needs a car with "L" plates stopped in the middle of the junction, obviously totally confused Wink

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4 Feb 2013 4:34PM
Well, you did better than me this week without a doubt. I struggled with this topic. Why wasn't it set in a week when there is racing on at castle Combe racetrack Wink These are far from bad though. I especially like the Brighton Wheel. ...Peter

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