What is the best camera for taking skin-tone shots?

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by RolandKarlsson, Jan 21, 2004.

  1. I have several friends in the underground scene and we enjoy a lot of skin on skin
    contact. We wish to convey the pleasure we feel with multiple partners and gay
    bondage action. What camera is best for low lighting and skin tones?

    Roland Karlsson
     
    RolandKarlsson, Jan 21, 2004
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  2. I have several friends in the underground scene and we enjoy a lot of skin on
    I'd go with either the Rump Ranger 5000 or the Butt Pirate XD99. I've
    heard that the Goo Gobbler Deluxe is pretty good too.
     
    Randall Ainsworth, Jan 21, 2004
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    brian Guest

    If its underground, I'd recommend Flash., but if there is skin on skin
    contact, id say your already flashing, Conveying the pleasure you feel with
    multiple partners suggests multiple exposures, flash again, For the Gay
    bondage thing, you'll need something in large format with rear entry
    loading, a long strap and a mincy feel to it, and that ties that up in a
    neat little package.
    The best camera for low lighting and skin tones would be the Kodak "10inch
    multiple orgasm, double penetration, spank my ass big boy" orgy camera.
    available in small (35mm), medium and large formats, but obviously the 35mm
    version is extremely inadequate, the medium format doesn't seem to penetrate
    quite far enough but the Large format definetly goes all the way.


    Brian.............................
     
    brian, Jan 21, 2004
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  4. I don't know nor do I care enough to try to give you and your pardners advice;
    other than I wish you and or they would learn not to crosspost to unrelated newsgroups.
    Don't bother to reply as you and this thread are in my permanent killfile.
     
    Gregory W Blank, Jan 21, 2004
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    Paul H. Guest

    I think troll's skins are mostly a mottled gray/black color, so just about
    any camera will do for those low-light shots under bridges.
     
    Paul H., Jan 21, 2004
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  6. No, No, the Sigmoid VD9 is far better!!

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    Paul Repacholi, Jan 21, 2004
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    don hodgdon Guest

     
    don hodgdon, Jan 24, 2004
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  8. Isn't this a darkroom newsgroup? How can I use a Foveon in the darkroom?
    It shorts out when I put it in the developer. :)

    I am all in favour of digital imaging but I so tire of reading digital
    messages in traditional photography newsgroups.

    Jim
     
    Jim MacKenzie, Jan 26, 2004
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    The Wogster Guest

    Okay, the message in question was cross-posted in rec.photo.digital,
    rec.photo.darkroom and rec.photo.film+labs.

    It belongs in the first, but not the other two, this is called
    cross-posting, it's fine to cross post into related areas, but digital
    camera sensors are really OFF TOPIC for the other two groups. Are there
    news readers out there, that simply post every message into every group
    your subscribed to? Outlook Express maybe?

    W
     
    The Wogster, Jan 26, 2004
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  10. Oops, I didn't notice the "rec.photo.digital" in the thread. It is
    definitely off-topic in the other two though.

    If you go to rec.photo.equipment.35mm you'll find tons of digital posts,
    even though they have no business being there. The only on-topic posts
    there would be those pertaining to the scanning of 35mm film.

    Jim
     
    Jim MacKenzie, Jan 26, 2004
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    Ray Fischer Guest

    Bet it works better afterward too.
     
    Ray Fischer, Jan 31, 2004
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