A&P Some random pics of mine

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  1. Dan3S

    Dan3S New Member

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    Taken with a Nikon N80, most of the film was developed at brooks pharmacy, so it sucks ass. And then its scanned, so cut me a little slack on the quality :) Please leave some feedback

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    Please leave some feedback if you dont mind...:hs:
     
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    i like the last one... but shoulda moved over a bit....not feelin the tracks in the shot...
     
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  5. I like the lakehouse pictures, and the snow with the tracks
     
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    I love them. How'd you get that effect with that one guy who appears to be like a ghost? Slow shutter/large aperature? Very nice shots.
     
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    No, that one was multiple exposures. its 4 exposures. I just moved around but the cam was on the tripod. :) Thanks.... and sorry the links broke :(
     
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    Pardon my newbie ness (though I did take one semester of a photography class haha), but is multiple exposure when you expose one negative multiple times? Won't you have to have a very fast shutter rate, or a low aperature opening so you don't over expose the negative?

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    yes that is correct, but if you look at that picture it is overexposed some because I didnt compensate correctly, but no, you dont really need anything extreme.... most cameras go up to like 2000 or 4000th of a second shutter, so unless you are taking multiple exposures of the sun, you wont really have a problem. :)
     
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    Right on, thanks for the info.
     

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