Three Minutes, Downtown Dallas

Three Minutes, Downtown Dallas

Here we have a shot of downtown Dallas, TX. It was captured with a Holga Pinhole Wide on Kodak Ektar 100 film. I used a six stop ND filter to increase the exposure time. Normally, this would have been a ten second or so exposure. Yet with the ND filter in place, it took 3 minutes. You can check out some of my other shots in this nature here and here or perhaps here or here ^^  © Patrick Bresnahan

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12 thoughts on “Three Minutes, Downtown Dallas

    • Wow, thank you! I’m trying to produce unique images but it often feels like everything has been done before. In fact, I saw images like this one online and tried my hand at it. It’s so hard to be original at times.

      • I agree with the comment below, you definitely have your own style. The originality comes not from the idea, but the way you are able to make us perceive it.

      • Interesting comment, thank you. I hope to be able to continue producing intriguing shots! Perhaps they’ll improve with time, practice, and experience.

  1. Looks fabulous! I wouldn’t worry about trying to be original – all your work is clearly yours, and soon you’ll be making your own discoveries. 🙂

    • Thanks so much! I got an ND filter mainly for use with pinhole photography. I haven’t tried coupling this filter with anything else just yet, but I might try it out on my Canon AE-1 at some point. Anyhow, thanks for your comment!

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