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Analize the Sky. by spr33 Analize the Sky. by spr33
:bulletblue: Detail:
:bulletred: Nikon D70
:bulletred: ISO 200
:bulletred: 30sec exposure
:bulletred: f3 (i think)
:bulletred: RAW mode

:bulletred: No colour adjustments, added a really soft blur in photoshop and adjusted the contrast a little. The tree looks a little blurry in this, but it isnt (size reduction and the fact it was a long exposure did it I think).
:bulletred: 1600x1200 version here: [link]

:bulletred: "Sometimes I look up at the stars and analyze the sky, and ask myself was I meant to be here ... why?" - Jean Grae (I think).
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MadPiano Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
featured in my journal :) [link]
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spr33 Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
Thanks!
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MadPiano Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
u`re welcome :)
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fae13 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2007
stellar
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ShadowsToTheWall Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2007  Student General Artist
:wow: holy pancakes, thats one frickin beautiful photograph. My eyes have never dreamed of such a sight that would bewilder my soul! That's... a favorite.
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j-nny Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2006
great again
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jethrosketch Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2005
hey this is an awesome layout! could you tell me what font you used for 'analyse the stars'?
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spr33 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2005
I don't remember what the font is called, sorry.
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indorock Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005
this has a interesting, almost magical radiance to it...the color of that tree against the darkness of the sky is great, and that "planetary" reflection at the top right is too cool hehe.
btw i love your photo borders!
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spr33 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2005
Thanks for the comment. Just to let you know (and other people viewing), if I didn't mention it before .. there was no colour adjustment on the tree. There was an orange street light not so far away from the tree, which got picked up with the 30 second exposure.
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