11 comments on “Day 129

  1. So bright! I like the trails of light you got on this – it looks very celebratory!
    Do you not use a tripod and timer, Pablo? There have been times when I have been in a great situation without my tripod and I leaned against a wall, held the camera to my left eye with my right arm braced across me and left arm tight to my body then clicked the shutter on a long exhale. It isn’t always successful, but I have had more success with this than just holding the camera regularly.
    This reminds me of the shot I took from the dash of my car with an 8 second exposure!

  2. Thank you Cindy!
    The funny thing is that actually I used a tripod, but with my camera I can only go to 30 seconds, and I wanted to get one minute, that’s why I used the tripod and bulb mode, I don’t know why I can not stay still, I move a lot and that’s why I didn’t get what I wanted, but I can’t complain with this result🙂

  3. I really like this picture. It made me immediately think of someone flying and hurling toward that building to save the day. (Yes, I am a bit of a geek.)

  4. Great shot! I enjoy taking photos while zooming in, or out, w/ the shutter open. You should pick up an inexpensive cable release or IR remote; both allow you to set the shutter open as long as you want w/o holding the shutter release. Also, a tripod is necessary, too. I use both items for my longer exposure shots. The remote is simpler to use, but the cable release is perfect for capturing something like fireworks or lightning.

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