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Using a flashlight, wave it around inside a tent for about 30 seconds. (20-minute exposure.)
(Death Valley, California, USA)
tent-star-trails.jpg
EXIF Data
Make: Canon
Camera Model Name: Canon EOS-1DS
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
Modify Date: 2003:11:09 19:01:41
Artist: Dan Heller
Y Cb Cr Positioning: Co-sited
Copyright: Photo (c) www.danheller.com 2003
Exposure Time: 867
F Number: 2.8
Exposure Program: Manual
ISO: 100
Date/Time Original: 2003:09:21 19:52:10
Create Date: 2003:09:21 19:52:10
Aperture Value: 2.8
Metering Mode: Multi-segment
Flash: No Flash
Focal Length: 16.0 mm
Color Space: sRGB
Exif Image Width: 183
Exif Image Height: 267
Interoperability Index: Unknown ()
Exposure Mode: Auto
White Balance: Manual
IPTC Data
Date Created: 2003:10:31
Credit: Dan Heller
Object Name: tent-star-trails.jpg
Country-Primary Location Name: USA
By-line: Dan Heller
Copyright Notice: Photo (c) www.danheller.com
City: Death Valley
Province-State: California
Keywords: west coast, star, trails, california, death valley, star trails, tent, nite, vertical, western states, long exposure, national park
Location: Death Valley, California, USA
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