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Wallpaper Details: Moonlight Bridge
May 15th, 2012
Here's a shot of the Pennybacker Bridge in Austin, Texas. I took this after midnight under a full moon on a warm Friday night late last summer. I had to wait a while to claim a good spot amongst all the young couples having a late-night "picnic." I shot this at f/8, ISO 200 for 30 seconds on a sturdy Manfrotto tripod. The wind was blowing harder than the photo suggests, so I had to hold down the tripod for the duration of the exposure to keep it steady, and it's a fairly heavy tripod. I wasn't planning on working out the old guns that night! I think by the time I took this particular shot my arms were shaking from all the work, so I do notice a bit more softness than I'd like in the image. Hopefully someone out there enjoys it...
Nikon D90, Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX AF 11-16mm f/2.8 shot at 16mm, f/8, ISO 200 for 30 seconds. DXO Optics Pro 6, Adobe Photoshop CS3.
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