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Great WesternDrake 2006-08-14 4:18

...midnight? Technically you can't call this shot a midnight picture, as midnight is the middle of the night, and in this shot the night doesn't even have started!

Yes, I know since 14 years old Geographic classes that in Sweden, Norway, Siberia, Alaska, and so on the days in Summer are almost 24hours long... but still I can't imagine that!

Anyway, nice colored "sunsetrise". The horizon seems a little bit blurred but ok.

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Old 08-14-2006, 09:55 PM
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Hello Dario

Thank you for the critique and feedback.
Ok so it technically never got darker than this, when should I call it a midnight shot then ? :)

As for the horizon, actually it is very blurred.
I'm not sure why, but it might have to be with the longer shuttertime and the small vibration made in the camera and tripod when I pushed the button.

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Old 08-14-2006, 10:53 PM
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hehehehe, I don't know if I could stand a 24h sunlight...

Maybe this is not a trick for you, but when I read that you might move the camera when pushing the shutter, I share this with you:

Expend 25-30 US dollars on an electronic cable shutter for your 350D... it is WORTH the money. In the meantime, shoot with the self-timer... :)
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