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Collection: 30 day ordinary object
Camera: Canon EOS-400D Rebel XTi
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Date: Jun 3, 2007
Galleries: Macro
Date Uploaded: Jun 3, 2007

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Comments: 12
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Rush job. Lighting not as good as I'd have liked, but I've always wondered how this is done, and finally figured it wasn't as hard as I thought, so I gave it a try.

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06/07/2007 04:09:23 AM
Good colors, nice and sharp too. The motion of the second hand is well-caught as well.
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06/07/2007 04:09:09 AM
Good colors, nice and sharp too. The motion of the second hand is well-caught as well.
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06/06/2007 10:54:03 AM
Like the motion of the second hand, makes me feel rushed for time!! I thought about taking a picture of my clock, too. Would be fun to see everyone's clocks.
06/06/2007 03:24:59 AM
Neat image. The challenge is a great way to experiment. Nice to see the clocks of other people; I have this view of my alarm clock every morning as I try to wake up and hit the snooze button (three times at least). I can't see it properly without my glasses, so it's always close to my face. I like your clock better; maybe I should get a red one :)
06/04/2007 10:52:40 PM
Nice experiment. Not too far off. Really like the red border that the clock creates.
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06/04/2007 07:40:55 PM
Originally posted by citymars:

Great experiment. Love the effect and the exposure is just right. Would like to see a little more of the red at bottom, as it feels chopped off (more apparent in the thumbnail).


I agree about the chopped off feeling. As I said it was a rushed job, I was working with a prime lens and didn't have time to position the clock just right. Also, for some reason, my tripod doesn't seem to be level, so I had to rotate the image just a fraction, losing a little more off the bottom. Had it been for a challenge, I'd have needed to get the technical side of this image better, but it was just an experiment.
06/04/2007 12:19:35 PM
Great experiment. Love the effect and the exposure is just right. Would like to see a little more of the red at bottom, as it feels chopped off (more apparent in the thumbnail).
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06/04/2007 11:01:16 AM
Cool!
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06/03/2007 08:41:37 PM
defintly not a Rolex as teh second hand sweeps on those..lol. Cool photo, good job on something new for you!
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06/03/2007 08:25:28 PM
great job with the long exposure ... isn't it fun to try something new! love the color saturation ...
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06/03/2007 07:51:29 PM
Originally posted by runeric:

Hmmm...so would that be a 4 sec exposure?


Actually it was set at 3.2 sec. I guess the 4th line is just a bonus.
06/03/2007 07:41:21 PM
Hmmm...so would that be a 4 sec exposure?
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