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All these pictures were done with my kodak P...


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very nice boily, looks very cool, just set it as my weallpaper ! :-) i take it you used to P850 to do this, id just like to know what seetings did you use to get these types of pictures and how and what do i press on my p850 to set a long exposure? many thanks, excuse my noobishness, (just started) RED
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Thanks for commenting Red Royalty

To set the long exposures, you have to go in the Manual mode (M)in the P.A.S.M settings and move the shutter speed under 1 second...

For these pictures, I used some exposure times between 3 and 16 seconds!!

I used a flash light and moved it in a dark room while the camera was taking the picture

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