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Old Aug 1, 2011, 4:28 AM   #9
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Thanks Paul. The intensity of the sky is a result of the long exposures needed since it was really quite dark out. Its the one big difference between cameras and our eyes. No matter how long we look at something in the dark the image never gets brighter. But a camera builds up the light the longer the shutter is open. So a shot in the dark can look like it was shot in the afternoon.
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