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March 16, 2005



This picture I took using a long time exposure technique in which I put my camera on a tripod and set the shutter speed at 8 seconds and the F number at 4.0. By using this technique, we can see an invisible scene. For instance, the pool-side plants couldn't be seen so clearly and brightly with my own eyes. Long time exposure is a kind of try and error method and we had to waste a lot of film until a few years ago. But now, with a digital camera, we can easily take this interesting photo technique without wasting film. We can check the result on the spot and all we have to do in case of an error is just delete the data. It's quite easy and interesting because we can sometimes get unexpected results.

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