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07/04/2002 07:00:27 PM · #1
In the current challenge there is an entry entitled "Moon Shadows". Can anyone other than the artist that created the entry tell me how they did that?
07/04/2002 08:04:51 PM · #2
Simple:

Set shutter speed to ''Bulb''. Frame and place your models in the shot. Open shutter. After a couple of seconds, cover the lens with black construction paper. Have your models move to the new position. Uncover lens. Wait a couple more seconds and release the shutter.

It is a well done effort I must say.

* This message has been edited by the author on 7/4/2002 8:04:22 PM.
07/04/2002 09:41:13 PM · #3
TSaylors,

Thanks...

* This message has been edited by the author on 7/5/2002 12:38:07 AM.
07/04/2002 09:41:13 PM · #4
TSaylors,

Thanks... I tried and it worked !!!!

* This message has been edited by the author on 7/4/2002 9:40:38 PM.
07/05/2002 12:36:26 AM · #5
Sweet! Just tried it... works well.

07/05/2002 12:44:11 AM · #6
if the exposure is long enough, you do not even need to cover the lens. I saw a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge taken with a neutral density filter, and the traffic did not show up. Kind of strange.
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