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Take a long-exposure portrait of a person. Show some motion blur or other visual cues that time has elapsed.
Try to use the shutter speed to enhance the portrait, rather than treating it as a liability. Be creative!
***YOU MUST VOTE!*** Please read the rest of the full rules below.
Monday, 29th July, 2013 (GMT)
Monday, 5th August, 2013 –
Sunday, 11th August, 2013
Monday, 12th August, 2013 –
Sunday, 18th August, 2013
- No cloning or compositing.
- No HDR-like post-processing. Local contrast adjustments should not be glaringly obvious.
- Image must be 1600 pixels on the longest side, +/- 16 pixels.
- No border, title, or watermark on the image itself.
- The photo must be a portrait, meaning the subject is very prominent and their face is visible.
- The shutter speed must be 1 second or longer.
- A significant portion of the image must use continuous light sources to show the effect of the shutter speed. It should be clear that the photo used a long exposure. (A continuous light source is pretty much anything that isn't a flash: daylight, moonlight, lamps, car headlights, etc.)
- Flash is allowed, but keep in mind the previous rule.
- The photo must be a single exposure. No composites, multiple exposures, exposure bracketing, HDR, stitched panoramas, etc.
- YOU MUST VOTE on every other entry! The challenge is limited to 30 entries, so it shouldn't take long. You have 6 days to vote; on the last day of voting, entrants who have not yet voted will be disqualified.
- Submit only your own work.
- Follow all DPR challenge rules.
Maximum number of entries per user:
Maximum number of entries in challenge:
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