ART How to duplicate this shot

FlashhslaF

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Sep 17, 2003
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it was taken in one shot.

any thoughts?
 

Aero277

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Aug 13, 2003
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Los Angeles
It just looks he used a longer shutter and had the clock held mid-air at 11:12 and then laid it down just as it turned 11:13 where it rested for most of the duration.
 

Aero277

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Aug 13, 2003
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Los Angeles
Ah, didn't catch that. Then my bet would be that he rotated the camera during the exposure and maybe cleaned up the brick wall, or you can actually see the ghost of the wall and it's just too faint.
 

Corsair

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Jan 15, 2011
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Camera on a tripod, turn the head during exposure, turn off all illuminating lights before head pivot. Or just flash and turn head during long exposure.
 
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FlashhslaF

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Sep 17, 2003
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um, email the photographer? :hsugh:

Real shot... this was done with a tripod.
1 sec still at 11:12
2 sec rotation on the Z axis
5 sec still at 11:13, to capture the background
and yeah, slight adjustments with the levels and contrast in photoshop
 

AmosBanks

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Aug 19, 2004
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Chicago, IL
I see a ghost of the clock on the wall because the silver button is the same distance away from both numbers. If you look at the 13 there is a slight overlay from the 12 because the clock was set down at 12 before the time changed.
 

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