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    Default Camera Tossing

    Bizarre and certainly not for the faint of heart!
    http://cameratoss.blogspot.com/

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    ok.. that's really something new but i really love to try.. can anyone lend me their cameras to toss? not too sure if i can catch it though.. :P

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    Default Re: Camera Tossing

    Looks quite interesting actually... though I don't think it's really advisable to toss DSLRs...

    Maybe P & S?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumma
    ok.. that's really something new but i really love to try.. can anyone lend me their cameras to toss? not too sure if i can catch it though.. :P
    it's ok. see ->
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    Summary, just the basics

    1. Obtain a film or digital camera.
    2. Find a subject (they are everywhere).
    3. Use "timer function" or longish exposure setting.
    4. Depress the shutter button (timing depends on your technique).
    5. Throw your camera into the air during or just before it exposes.
    6. Catch camera (optional).
    7. Process film (optional).
    8. View results.
    9. If you like them and you didn't cheat, share them.
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    in step 6, they say the "catch camera" part is optional

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    ok.. i didn't see that part.. so u tried?

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    Default Re: Camera Tossing

    This is a technique I have tried many times since the good old days when I started off with films. You don't have to toss your camera all that much, just catch hold of the straps while tossing and you will be fine. Try it, it's fun!

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