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Paul Street by night

In front of Tesco on Paul Street, Cork by night. This is a long exposure show I made by putting my camera on the ground and leaning the lens on my wallet.

Judging by the lighting it was probably a small aperture too. Love that effect!

Aperture ƒ/16
Camera Canon EOS 20D
Focal length 10mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 4s




7 thoughts on “Paul Street by night

  1. Matty says:

    Hmmm. I remember you trying to teach me this technique and me nearly falling into the Bandon! Lovely photo. The sky looks surreal.

  2. Ah, that’s what it’s called! Thanks Tim.

    From the Wikipedia page on the him:
    “On 25 October 1997 a tribute sculpture to Gallagher was unveiled in the newly renamed Rory Gallagher Place (formerly St. Paul’s St. Square) in Cork. The sculptor was a childhood friend of Rory, Geraldine Creedon. The two had grown up together in the McCurtain Street area of the city.”

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