15 exposures on 1 frame

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  1. photojunky

    photojunky TPF Noob!

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    I'm getting better at this method. I have found that only certain types of images will work. I am also learning how to move the camera properly. With a little more practice I should be turning out some nice stuff.

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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    hi photojunky
    i really dig the last shot there, that looks quite artistic! I like the texture that it has on the background. very cool stuff indeed.
     
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    Junky...I loved the pictures!!! I myself like taking pictures but I just basically take the picture and do nothing to it. This looks really cool!!! I can imagine if you do this to a b&w photo!!!! wow!!!


    By the way...what is this method called and do you need a specific camera? I just have an advantix Kodak cam. ?? :roll:
     
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    There you go - I think you've gotten an Impressionistic, watercolor-type feel to the image with these attempts which is probably what you're after. These are much better! :thumbsup:
     
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    Very nice pics that look like watercolor art. This is a great effect. I don't really care for the forground in picture number two but I am impressed.


    I wonder if Darfion has seen this....
     

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