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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Jan 26, 2016 – Shutterbug.com
Tech Talk: Deborah Sandidge took the photographs that comprise this image with a Nikon D810 and an AF-S Nikkor 24-120mm f/4G ED VR. The settings were four seconds, f/14, ISO 100, manual exposure, and Matrix metering.
© Deborah Sandidge

The scene is often just the starting point of a Deborah Sandidge photograph. “It’s visualization,” she says. “I’m looking at a scene and imagining what’s going to happen over time.” What was going to happen at the San Antonio, Texas, River Walk was the continuing passage of the water taxis. Sandidge knew they were the key to an expressive, dramatic photograph, one that would get as close as possible to picturing the passage of time.

She also knew it was going to take more than one exposure to make that photo.
Read more at http://www.shutterbug.com/content/time-travels-set-her-image-apart-deborah-sandidge-chose-multiple-exposures-maximum-impact#raXBhm6Mv8COIOwT.99

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