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    Raining stars. An 8 starburst filter & stars

    On a snowy night, hand held. The big stars are street lights, where the 8 starburst filter is used.The little ones from small light garland decorating a small bush in front of a building. The small stars are a result of a star cut out that I held in front of the lens with the other filter. The effect I was trying to achived was that the 2 big stars are sowing the littles ones. Your comments are always welcome.
    Raining stars. An 8 starburst filter & stars

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    Re: Raining stars. An 8 starburst filter & stars

    Imaginative work here. Nicely done too.

    I am wondering if the streetlights are just a tiny bit too bright.

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    Re: Raining stars. An 8 starburst filter & stars

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Imaginative work here. Nicely done too.

    I am wondering if the streetlights are just a tiny bit too bright.
    Bobo it is strange, I showed this same picture at my camera club and on the projection screen the lights are not bright like they are here. Actually they were just right. I find this interesting and intriguing. Could this be explained by the difference between the back lighting that we get from a computor, and the projection screen receiving its light from the front?

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