Tag Archives: long exposure

Death Valley

After Red Rock Canyon State Park we made our way into Death Valley. This exposure was taken close to the Golden Canyon in Badwater Basin, which, at its lowest point, is about 85 meters below sea level, and it is … Continue reading

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Blasted

Another shot from Big Sur. When I took this shot we were sheltering behind a rock from the wind and sand that blasted everything around us. This rock looked as if it got blasted quite frequently. This shot is a … Continue reading

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Void

Another picture from Market Street in San Francisco. A long-exposure photograph is a great data-collection tool. It can reveal how much interaction there is with any given subject: the more people are in a given area the stronger their traces … Continue reading

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Invisible

I took this picture yesterday on Market Street in San Francisco. Usually people ignore beggars and panhandlers, and pretend that they are invisible. With this shot I wanted to show that people in need are a fixed part of the … Continue reading

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Trace

Taken on the 4th of January at the Marin Headlands. The trace was produced by about 10 cars and a couple of bicycles going up and down on Conzelman Road over the period of 5 minutes and 15 seconds. In … Continue reading

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mumok

A long exposure of the mumok, the museum of modern arts in Vienna. I really like Vienna, don’t get me wrong, but after the overwhelming exposure to classic buildings with their statues, figurines, gargoyles, columns, domes, and odd flowery pieces, … Continue reading

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Pigeon Point Lighthouse

Yesterday, I drove to Ano Nuevo State Park, originally to take pictures of elephant seals, but the park decided on short notice to close the viewing area for the day. Maybe all the volunteers — on which the park depends … Continue reading

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waiting for the sunset

Taken on Sunday at the Fells Reservoir (see map below the image here). This is a 2 minute exposure done with the new Satechi timer, which works beautifully! I didn’t get to see an actual sunset because of all the … Continue reading

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