A Nocturnal Painting Without a Tripod

By: Feanare

May 18 2008

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Category: Conceptual, Nature, Spring, Winter

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:55mm
ISO:200
Shutter:2 sec
Camera:PENTAX K10D

We all know that to get a crispy sharp image you need a tripod, or something else than yourself to hold the camera. And for sure we all also know that to take pictures with more or less long exposure a tripod is more than just needed.
Still, I do not have any. Of course I could have asked my father to lend me one of his (I am sure he’s got one somewhere…), but that would be the easy way. Would it not?

So, last night I walked outside, hunting the full-moon. And guess what, it did not turn out all that bad. Of course this picture is far from perfect, but it’s still the best night-shot I’ve ever taken.

Day 18 of this month of photography.

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