Magnificent Mirror Symmetry of Long Exposures in Japan - My Modern Metropolis

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan by photographer Shinichi Higashi with his series Graffiti of Speed/Mirror Symmetry - My Modern Metropolis

Michael Penn - Philadelphia 471   In this photo the aperture was low to create a depth of field. It has a bokah effect where the background is blury, creating a sharp, focused effect on the phone. The shutter speed I imagine was on a low setting, capturing the movement in the background therefore inhancing the stillness and mystery of the abandoned phone.

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Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street Photography - This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background. It seems ironic that the phone is still and not swinging while the rest of the image i

Long exposure photography! Beauty!

This photo was taken using a slow shutter speed. The photographer has captured the movement of cars on a very busy road quite well using a slow shutter speed/long exposure

Eugene- I walk out of my apartment and there she is, i stop in my tracks, water splashing everywhere. Her eyes a bright purple shining.... "Meg?" I ask, someone walks by and meg disappears... (SHES BACK!!)

splashing barefoot in rain puddles.one of my favorite things to do in the summer rain

Cool light painting idea!

This photograph is very effective in the use of light painting. It uses light trailing with a some sort of light source e. torch or glow stick.

This is a photo of carlights with slow shutter speed, to create this motion blur.

Verizon’s got half the country covered with LTE

Researchers have found a theoretical possibility that the speed of light may not be constant and it may change while interacting with the ephemeral particles in the vacuum.

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