Erskine Falls


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Erskine Falls near Lorne, Victoria, Australia



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OMG!:eek:

This look like the one we have in JBP! except that this one is natural!:)

Anyway, great shot but I feel that it is a bit underEX. oso have you try taking at a higher Shutter but multi-Expose the film?
 

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Originally posted by Bluestrike
OMG!:eek:

This look like the one we have in JBP! except that this one is natural!:)

Anyway, great shot but I feel that it is a bit underEX. oso have you try taking at a higher Shutter but multi-Expose the film?
sorry, can u explain what is / how to multi-expose? I was using a EOS300...
thanks!

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Originally posted by nuts


sorry, can u explain what is / how to multi-expose? I was using a EOS300...
thanks!

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Take a reading, then from it, depending of how many exp you want, divide it equally.

ie : Reading is 1/500 F4 then divide it by 2 for 2 exposure = 1/250 at F4 and so on.

Very hard for mi to explain but the effect is that you will still get blur pic but still have the water splashing in detail.

BTW, I'm using the same cam as U.
 

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ah, found it in the EOS300 manual on how to do it... :)
thanks!

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Originally posted by Bluestrike


Take a reading, then from it, depending of how many exp you want, divide it equally.

ie : Reading is 1/500 F4 then divide it by 2 for 2 exposure = 1/250 at F4 and so on.

BTW, I'm using the same cam as U.
 

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