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07/13/2006 03:41:53 PM · #1
//tinyurl.com/hftm6

After our 30 second exposure challenge, the NYT has an article on taking long exposure to the max ..
07/13/2006 03:45:33 PM · #2
Originally posted by TheMegalomaniac:

//tinyurl.com/hftm6

After our 30 second exposure challenge, the NYT has an article on taking long exposure to the max ..
Attal Kim

thx for the link!
07/13/2006 03:59:42 PM · #3
His pictures would score really low. He would have to join Team Suck.

07/13/2006 04:02:52 PM · #4
I have always wanted to try the long exposure of a busy place like Grand Central Station. I bet you could do it in much less than 8 hours. He's a bit of a glutton for punishment.
07/13/2006 04:06:02 PM · #5
now many nd8 filters do you need to photography a new york street for 8 hours?

and, while we're on the subject of a really long time... who, besides maybe sting, makes love for more than 15 mins? seriously?

;)
07/13/2006 04:28:05 PM · #6
Originally posted by kudzu:

who, besides maybe sting, makes love for more than 15 mins? seriously?

;)


umm... how do you think fotomann_FOREVER got his name?
07/13/2006 04:45:51 PM · #7
Kind of a neat idea. The long exposure eliminates (mostly) the life from the scene. I would like to undestand how he does this. Is it with ND filters?

A link to his work:

Atta Kim: On-Air

Message edited by author 2006-07-13 16:51:20.
07/13/2006 05:08:10 PM · #8
Originally posted by posthumous:

His pictures would score really low. He would have to join Team Suck.


Dood, that's hilarious. ROFL

Kudzu, seriously, man. I've got some e-mails lately . . . uhhmmmm (looking for the ads) . . . uhhhmmm . . . something called "Extra-Time".

To the OP: great art; thanx for the link.
07/13/2006 05:10:57 PM · #9
Originally posted by posthumous:

Originally posted by kudzu:

who, besides maybe sting, makes love for more than 15 mins? seriously?

;)


umm... how do you think fotomann_FOREVER got his name?


not sure... pretty sure i don't _want_ to know...

but fairly sure it has something to do with cheese and self gratification...

07/14/2006 01:54:47 PM · #10
I have been searching all over for techincal details of Atta Kim's photography, how he is able to shoot in daylight with 8 hour exposures, etc. Has anyone experimented with these super long exposure times, and if so, how do you not overexpose the bright areas after even a short amount of time (someone mentioned ND filters, but you would need a bunch of them stacked and that would eliminate any blurring effects such as he has in his photos of NYC streets, no?)
07/14/2006 01:59:24 PM · #11
Originally posted by matiscro:

I have been searching all over for techincal details of Atta Kim's photography, how he is able to shoot in daylight with 8 hour exposures, etc. Has anyone experimented with these super long exposure times, and if so, how do you not overexpose the bright areas after even a short amount of time (someone mentioned ND filters, but you would need a bunch of them stacked and that would eliminate any blurring effects such as he has in his photos of NYC streets, no?)


They make 15-stop ND filters for sun photography. That will take you from 1/60th of a second to about 8 minutes. It would only take 2 to easily get to 8 hours.

It would also be pretty obvious that he uses film instead of digital so he could even be using some custom film with some ungodly low ISO.
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