Main St., U.S.A.

This is a discussion on Main St., U.S.A. within the Night Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; I took a walk down Main St. tonight with my camera and tripod, looking for some decent long exposure shots. Ironically enough…I actually found a ...


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    I took a walk down Main St. tonight with my camera and tripod, looking for some decent long exposure shots. Ironically enough…I actually found a couple, what with all the drunks wandering around for St. Patrick’s day, and such…

    Anyhow…I learned that High Schools can look creepy at night, Big Rigs and long exposures can learn to play nicely together, and 60 seconds is a long time to hope that the wind doesn’t blow and move your subject.


    f/22; 60 seconds; ISO 100
    Yes...a full minute without a lick of breeze in the Eastern Sierra, at night, during the spring. I never would have thought it possible if I hadn't been there...


    f/22; 40 seconds; ISO 100


    f/22; 20 seconds; ISO 100
    The above street shot is the best one, in my opinion, but these ones aren’t bad, either…


    f/22; 25 seconds; ISO 100


    f/22; 20 seconds; ISO 100

    Hope y’all enjoyed looking at them as much as I enjoyed taking them! As always, thanks kindly for taking the time to look!
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    Even got the schat.net in there!!! Fun shots thanks for sharing easternsierra
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    Great shots.
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