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01-03-2012, 02:02 PM - 1 Like   #1
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Slow photography. Really slow...

A far cry from spray and pray:

Toronto News: Year-long exposure of Toronto skyline produces 'dreamy' image - thestar.com

Link courtesy The Luminous Landscape.

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Very cool article. Thanks for sharing this.
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So cool! Very inspiring, too.
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Really interesting and a nice result. I wonder if he got the patience for a second one?

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QuoteOriginally posted by VisualDarkness Quote
Really interesting and a nice result. I wonder if he got the patience for a second one?
According to the article, he plants these things hither and thither. Some get stolen.

Interesting all around, but to me the most interesting bit was that the paper develops itself over the course of such a long exposure. Then he scans it, which ends up destroying the original.
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That's dedication.
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