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Andrew Whyte
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Photographer specialising in Long Exposures. Pictures, words, tutorials and workshops; from moonlit landscapes to lightpainting, traffic streaks and star trails.
Photographer specialising in Long Exposures. Pictures, words, tutorials and workshops; from moonlit landscapes to lightpainting, traffic streaks and star trails.

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This Friday sees the start of International Dark Sky Week and I'm proud & privileged to be one of the Dark Sky Association's photographic partners. 

The goals of #IDSWeek  are to appreciate the beauty of the night sky and to raise awareness of how poor-quality lighting creates light pollution. I've added a post to my blog demonstrating some of the issues and linking out to the Dark Sky campaign page

http://longexposures.wordpress.com/2013/04/02/international-dark-sky-week/

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"Heightened State"

A new season; a new ride for Southsea's Clarence Pier
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"In search of the Easter Bunny"
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"Not to scale"

Miniature goat at a previously undiscovered city farm
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"Hardly Hogwarts"

Portsmouth's prison, HMP Kingston, which was decommissioned yesterday
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"For his art"

Well, he was warned...

Check yesterday's pic for build up :)
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"I'm going out" I said

"It's cold" they said. "wear an extra layer"...
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I use Snapseed a lot in my phoneography workflow. Here's news of updates
In addition to this morning's announcements about Nik Software, we also have exciting new releases of Google+ for Android and iPhone. 

Available in the next hour from both App Store and Google Play! #googleplusupdate 

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Today's Legography shot was a birthday tribute to one of the facebook followers. Might need to watch my back as the little guy seemed to enjoy a bit of lightpainting...
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"Angry Bird"

Oddly balanced lighting thanks to moody background clouds, direct sunshine onto the swan (actually a recreational boat!), and me casting a shadow over the minifig whilst sheltering him from the breeze.

Captured with 645Pro
Tonal adjustments in Snapseed
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