Small aperture - Star effect (FULL COLORS ONLY)
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Has you ever seen photos of light in the night at small aperture?! There's a star for every single point of light. This is the challenge for this special effect. No effect made with post-processing or hardware filters. Please see additional rules...
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Friday, 20th August, 2010 (GMT)
Friday, 27th August, 2010 – Thursday, 2nd September, 2010 (GMT)
Friday, 3rd September, 2010 – Thursday, 9th September, 2010 (GMT)
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