1 reason why not to buy a point and shoot

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  1. DeepSpring

    DeepSpring TPF Noob!

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    they just don't last long, before you know it they.... disappear


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    Hahaha, and take your hands along with it! Good one :D.
     
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    OH NOOOOOOOS!!!!
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    ahahahahah yeah you have to watch out for you hands too


    "ghosts" are so fun to make
     
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    just wondering how do you achive this effect it more a photoshop thing? :confused:
     
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    nope this didn't go into photoshop at all, the only edited was resizing with photofiltre.

    what you do is set a longer exposure time. This one was 2 seconds. You have to make sure the camera and subject do not move at all. I placed the camera on a tabletop. I then had my subject hold perfectly still for 1 second then the very quickly moved their hands and the little camera out of frame for the second second of the exposure.


    I did the same thing with this 1 except it was a 4 second exposure and I had him stand there for about 2 1/2 seconds then run away.

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    mine broke 3 weeks after i bought it.
     
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    These are really neat shots. I hope to do this effect someday!
     
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    ah I understand now I will try this :) starting with the cat :lol:
     

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