Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Annika1980, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Annika1980

    Annika1980 Guest

    .....and the Totally Digital Infrared D60.

    Today was the Atlanta Steeplechase and a few thousand folks braved the
    threatening weather to dress up, drink beer and watch the ponies run.

    It was a tough day for jockeys as almost every one I bet on fell off
    his horse.
    Here's the first race:

    Here's the 4th race and my digital double-exposure shot:

    And of course, the ladies were out as well.
    Once they see me and my 20D they're all smiles.
    I think this is perhaps my favorite shot from the "Honey Cam":

    The girl on the right in this pic kept telling me that she loved me:

    Like, who doesn't, bitch?
    Annika1980, Apr 15, 2007
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    Peter Chant Guest

    Annika1980 wrote:

    From the photos it looked like the weather was threatening to be a bright
    sunny day...
    Peter Chant, Apr 15, 2007
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    Photo Critic Guest

    Double exposure is not possible with 20D camera. This to me looks like a
    blended image using Photosho or a similar application.
    Photo Critic, Apr 15, 2007
  4. Annika1980

    Annika1980 Guest

    That would make it a digital double-exposure, wouldn't it?
    Annika1980, Apr 15, 2007
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    Alan Browne Guest

    Even if it were double exposed (which it obviously isn't), in broad
    daylight there would be a lot of "transparency" in the horses.
    Alan Browne, Apr 15, 2007
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    Mark² Guest

    Mine too, but I think you should have cropped a bit tighter...like this:
    Mark², Apr 15, 2007
  7. Annika1980

    Photo Critic Guest

    Sorry... That's only a play with words.
    It would make it a picture blended from two photographs.

    I suspect your are manouvering yourself towards meeting the mandate for your
    one fan's crummy little game by making out this play is a digital version of
    a double exposure... It's not. Do right or don't it at all. Most of all,
    it's not possible for you to change the definition of a process to suit
    Photo Critic, Apr 15, 2007

  8. what the hell do you mean by: " I suspect your are manouvering
    yourself towards meeting the mandate for your
    one fan's crummy little game" ?
    helensilverburg, Apr 15, 2007
  9. Annika1980

    Annika1980 Guest

    A double-exposure blended digitally. Gee, one could call that a
    "digital double-exposure." Just like I said.
    Annika1980, Apr 16, 2007
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    Mark² Guest

    What? No threat of lawsuit because I re-posted one (actually half) of your
    Phillie images??
    Disappointing... ;)
    Mark², Apr 16, 2007
  11. Annika1980

    Annika1980 Guest

    On Apr 15, 7:29 pm, "Mark²" <mjmorgan(lowest even number
    here)@cox..net> wrote:
    Don't you worry. The FBI has dropped several ongoing terrorist
    investigations so that they can put all their resources on this
    heinous crime you have committed.

    I kinda liked the blonde, myself.
    Annika1980, Apr 16, 2007
  12. Annika1980

    Annika1980 Guest

    Yeah, what kind of crack was that???
    FYI, I have at least two or three fans here. So there!
    Annika1980, Apr 16, 2007
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    Mark² Guest

    Ya, but her smile looked canned.
    Mark², Apr 16, 2007
  14. Yeah, you're right. The blonde is definitely better!
    helensilverburg, Apr 16, 2007
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    Photo Critic Guest

    "A picture might speak a thousand words
    but what good is this to a person who will not listen"?

    Yeah, you're right. The blonde is definitely better!

    Colour blind, huh?
    Photo Critic, Apr 16, 2007
  16. Not at all. Nick is definitely blonde. He just doesn't get his color
    from a bottle. When his hair is cut short like that it looks dark.
    helensilverburg, Apr 16, 2007
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    Mark² Guest

    Mark², Apr 16, 2007
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    Matthew Winn Guest

    I'd be inclined to consider "digital double exposure" to include
    merging complete frames but not combining two images using complex
    selections, masks or cloning. In other words, achieving the same
    effect through multiple exposures on different frames as would be
    achievable through multiple exposures on a single frame.
    Matthew Winn, Apr 16, 2007
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    bob Guest

    bob, Apr 16, 2007
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    Photo Critic Guest

    Most of the of Photographic competition judges I've come across work in the
    vein of "masking before pasting" creates a blended picture whereas
    superimposing one image over another and equalising the transparency of the
    top one is no different than a double exposure with film cameras.

    When you do as Annika did, you are taking photography into the area of
    graphic art. Such a picture (and you really need to differentiate between
    pictures and photo) would not be accepted as a Photograph in most "Royal
    Agricultural Society" shows for inclusion in their Photography competitions.
    Art perhaps. Photography, no.
    Photo Critic, Apr 16, 2007
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