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    Default These are some amazing long exposure shots.



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    Wow, truly amazing. I would love to try this sometime. It reminds me of the daytime sunburst photo I took while camping last fall where it actually looks like it's the middle of the night! LOL

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    super cool!
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    I love the ones where you can see where the stars have moved

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    That is SO cool!
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    That is way awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by La123 View Post
    I love the ones where you can see where the stars have moved
    Agreed! I sooooooo want to attempt a star trail shot. Nights here are cloudy most of the time though. I guess clouds would make for interesting imagery too, I suppose.
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    WOW, those are amazing!
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    Ok, I have ALWAYS wanted to try the star trail. Any CLUE on how to do this? We live where you can see the stars soooo good and I would love to give this a try....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sadieruth View Post
    Ok, I have ALWAYS wanted to try the star trail. Any CLUE on how to do this? We live where you can see the stars soooo good and I would love to give this a try....
    All it really requires is long exposure time. I read something that said that the stars appear to move in 15 seconds, but I noticed when I took my eclipse photos that you could see star movement even at only 3 seconds. Stars travel at, I think, 15 degrees per hour, so that's like a fist and a half when you hold your fist out at the sky, so if you expose for an hour, you'll get a fist and a half of star trail.

    As an example, here is the eclipse at totality with an exposure of 5 seconds. That white speck on the right is star movement.

    eclipse2 by sultana2_10, on Flickr

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