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long exposed photographer | June 27, 2005

long exposed photographer || canon 350d/efs18-55@18 | 40s | f7.1 | iso400 | tripod
the beaches, south-eastern toronto.

this was shot at 2:06am on sunday. my good friend shahin (seen in the picture) and I went to the beaches before midnight and spent about 4 hours shooting the pitch black shore of the beaches. the colours that came out of the long exposures were surprising since the naked eye could barely see anything but black. this is 40 seconds exposure and I used a flashlight to paint shahin and the foreground rocks for a few seconds of the exposure. good job on standing still shahin!.
check out shahin's photo of the same night at his new and excellent photoblog.