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Old May 25, 2009, 6:38 AM   #1
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Default Long Exposure - Welding in a concert hall

Shot during the welding of connection pieces of a roof truss of a concert hall that we've designed.

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Old May 25, 2009, 6:39 AM   #2
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another shot.
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That's awesome!
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Wow, that in an impressive image. Well done.
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WOW! Those are some nice pics! Good job! No, Great job!
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Great, albeit scary shots. I hope you were at a safe distance!

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Thank you for the appreciations.

Cal, though it looks like a foundry in the pictures, the sparkles were not so dense, but the shutter was left open a few seconds.
Shot by a compact Nikon L3 which has no option for shutter speed, so shot in handheld in fireworks mode by supportig and leaning on a wall.

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Very nice!!
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Definitely well done. Welding always produces interesting spark patterns, but you've done a nice job with the time exposure of capturing the arc of the sparks.

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