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- A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
- the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
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I wanted to take a picture of the ghostly blue upon the luminous honeycombed form of the old Transco, now the Williams Tower. And I determined that an exposure longer than I could hold steady for would be required, even at the highest ISO. So I set it to the lowest, 100 ISO instead. I reasoned that the tower wasn't going to move. I mounted the camera sideways on a tripod and settled in for a real long exposure. I had to zoom in about 50 or 60 millimeters to cut out some street lights. You can still see hints of them if you study the picture. And then I looked through the viewing window
, released the shutter gingerly with my hand and waited.
My question is: Why are the red lights on the top of the building leaving little trails behind them? What jiggled my camera while it was sitting on the tripod? My hand, as I released the shutter? Could this be an example of the movement introduced by the movement of the mirror? (digital SLR) I discount
the possibility offered by one person that I may have caught the building swaying. (Yes they do, study architecture.) But I doubt that they sway enough to be caught by a camera exposure of a few seconds.
Should I have set the camera on a timed release? Should I have locked the mirror up? Do you advise me just to shut up and try these things for myself?
Yeah, this weekend, I suppose.
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Photochallenge.org Day 294 - WINDOW DISPLAY
This was taken a few months ago on one of our trips to the newest mall in Bahrain, The City Center. The contrast of the signs with the dark background caught my eye; it was fortunate that this couple entered the frame as soon as I pressed the shutter release button, the reflection was a bonus!
I shot a few images for today's challenge but I'm posting this "old one" as well.
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