Shot through the cannon


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Feb 2, 2008
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This was shot from the breech end of a cannon in Mt Faber. Found the rifling pattern interesting. Shot by a point and shoot panasonic camera.

C&C welcome

 

dOlBy

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nice, just wondering if the aperture is smaller will the grooves at the end be in focus too. The blur effect is also nice.
 

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nice, just wondering if the aperture is smaller will the grooves at the end be in focus too. The blur effect is also nice.
Quite possibly. I did not have my SLR at that time. Had to use P&S camera. Not much control.

But not sure whether I could achieve that using SLR too since I had to keep the camera lens just next to the opening because there was a glass covering the end. So with such a short distance from subject, might need to use macro. Then DOF will be narrow.

Any comments from those more experienced?
 

Apr 15, 2008
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nice shot, especially with a PnS! :thumbsup:

hmm...but just maybe if you lowered the exposure a little, the muzzle will be more defined =P
so since playing with the aperture will produced an undesired DoF, lower ISO?

just my $0.02
 

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I like the effect where I saw the slow fading of the lighting... Im not sure how to say it... But hope u understand what Im trying to imply! :-s
I guess so. I think it would have been better if I could have achieved a greater DOF. Thanks for your comments.
 

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