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    Re: Electricity

    It's a really cool idea, but it seems a bit out of focus. Maybe because the shutter speed wasn't fast enough? I dunno.
    Hope that helps...
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    Re: Electricity

    I agree with Jason.
    It looks like it has allot of noise.
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    Re: Electricity

    Looks like it but the truth is thats the aspect those rays have. They are almost like smoke without defined edges, the same goes with the center electrode.

    This how they look at a slower speed:


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    Re: Electricity

    Hello Chaman

    I like the pictures, but what is it that I am looking at? The images look very abstract to me.
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    Re: Electricity

    This is one of those globes with a center located electrode which when you touch it on the outside the rays concentrate over your hand. Its a decoration/conversational piece of entertainment. I hope I made myself clear enough! LOL!

    I though they would make a cool picture to share in the forum.

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    Re: Electricity

    To get a good enough depth of field you have to use a long exposure, which makes the discharge arcs look blurred.
    Even if you were luck to get one that struck in the plane of focus.

    But even the central glass globe doesn't look sharp.
    Nothing looks sharp, which is the problem.

    Well worth persevering with it.
    PAul

    Scroll down to the Sports Forum and post your sports pictures !

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    Re: Electricity

    I like the colors and the abstract nature of these images. I don't have a problem with the focus or the slight blur.

    It is going to be hard to chose just which one is best (if that is what you need to do) as the three pretty much look alike to me.
    No, I DON'T need that.

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

    I still can't decide whether renewable energy or non-renewable energy is better, so for now, I won't install solar panels just in case it won't be worth it.

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

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    Re: Electricity

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