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    Fuji S2, ISO400, f/8, 1/6s, multiple exposures.


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    eh... interesting concept dude but hor.. doesn't look like multiple exposures to me.. looked like a psed shot. the background is the key

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    And a sepia tone one. Think I like this one better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    eh... interesting concept dude but hor.. doesn't look like multiple exposures to me.. looked like a psed shot. the background is the key
    A total of 6 exposures were made in pitch dark for the above single shot. Originally I was trying to use long exposure, covering the pic when I moved it around, but the result was less then satisfactory as I couldn't hold it still enough:


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    ahh... okie... very interesting concept.. perhaps I should try one myself Thanks for sharing !!

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    dont mind me askin..but how do u light up the picture in such a way that the black background is really black yet picture is v clear? psed?

    i tried somethin like that b4 but get v poor exposures coz of the lighting..

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    the sepia one has no "kick". compared to the colour one is much much better

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    Quote Originally Posted by dong
    dont mind me askin..but how do u light up the picture in such a way that the black background is really black yet picture is v clear? psed?

    i tried somethin like that b4 but get v poor exposures coz of the lighting..
    Hi dong,

    I didn't use any light source to light up the picture at all... anybody like to make a guess on how it was done? Look at this picture for the hint...

    We'll be doing something similar (and more) at this outing. Do come and join us if you could.

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