Smiler Roller Coaster at Alton Towers.

Originally noticed this from the gallery attached to this article: Direct link to the pic [here](

30 seconds of a little waterfall

The picture I posted was a 30 second exposure in broad (mostly cloudy) daylight. I used a 10 stop nd filter. Even with nd filters stacked bright sunlight will blow out the highlights.

San Francisco under the moon

Up on the top of Hawk hill – left at the round about then up the trail at the end of the parking lot, or through the tunnel. I personally park at the trailhead by the roundabout and walk the rest of the way

Snowy Trees

Yeah, I’ve thrown a few long exposure pictures up here and just became accustom to posting here. Glad you still like it, though!

Took this milky way selfie earlier this year

Actually, if you don’t use calendar years (e.g. 2013, 2014, etc.), “This Year” could mean any of the 364 days that happened between this date last year and this date today. Technically speaking. One year is approximately 365 days, no?

LED Snowboarder by David Lehl

Sry, I was judging based off the second image that hotshower posted: That one is clearly using a flash pop to freeze the boarder. Looking back on the first one, it definitely has some photoshoping (a bit heavy handed in the sky too).

July 4th @200ft

Like [San Diego last year]( EDIT: **TURN YOUR SOUND WAYY DOWN** (Sorry /u/Kingmilano and anyone else who has no hearing anymore.)

Mushroom gills (King Stropharia)

No, why? My recent picture of a centipede was stitched, because I was using an extension tube and a tripod, while this was handheld and without the extension tube. The tripod made getting stitchable shots possible, but really only in the vertical dimension. I

The palm of my hand

A 200mm f/4 lens with a 50mm f/1.7 lens reversed onto the end of it using a macro coupling ring. By doing this, the 50mm lens acts as a very high quality close-up lens. This combination gives 4x magnification, which is pretty extreme. Very

Paint mixing

That certainly sounds right as the black was pretty watered down and the white was a gloopier emulsion mix. Thanks for putting a name to the effect though as you mentioned the wiki does suggest that it is specific to planes separated by a

Freehand light drawing

Are you shooting in FX or DX? My D7000 is DX and I LOVE my 10-24mm, it’s fun to use. It’s great for landscapes, outdoor scenes as well as interior shots (I do real estate photography and it gets into all those tight spots).

Fly tongue

Thanks. I use a 5D Mark II, Canon MP-E macro and the MT-24EX Macro Twin Lite. You can see more of my macro shots here

Path of Illumination (Colorado)

Settings: 70s exposure, f/2.8, ISO 100, 17mm. Shot with a Canon Rebel T2i with Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8. Light source: [this flashlight](

Oxford University under the winter Milky Way, England is the source CameraNIKON D4 LensZeiss 15mm f2.8 Focal Length15mm Shutter Speed20 secs Aperturef/2.8 ISO/Film1600 I’m not sure if the people commenting are aware that’s its a composite, the light pollution around any major city is incredible, drowning out all but the brightest

Grand Canyon Star Trails

I shoot at 16mm and with a 1 second delay between shots (30 seconds long). I have a battery grip to change out batteries during shooting since the cold will drain them pretty quick. I use my camera bag to weigh down my tripod

Refueling a CH-53E at night (10 min exposure)

That’s where the ground crew and the air crew were working to refuel. The green light yiy see are glow sticks like you buy for camping. She took in a few thousand pounds of fuel, and with the rotors spinning and all three engines

An old watch

Amazing. I am very jealous. I once tried to take a photo similar to this but it turned out nothing like this one… I absolutely love this!
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