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  1. iLens

    iLens TPF Noob!

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    "hmmmm" the camera thought to itself.
    "I'm not sure what color that is suppose to be but I guess I'll just make black,and blue, and green..."
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    hmmm, what is it?? :lol: What equipment did you use?
     
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    iLens TPF Noob!

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    this is a Red lightbulb. It seems the camera processes brighter lights into a "negative" and then works backwards to the positive.
    Canon S-30 'post-impact' <- I dropped it on the floor, maybe prism or color chip got f'd up.
    you can see more , view my profile and go to the photobucket page.
    It's kind of a happy accident.
     
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    Happy accidents are the best kind. :)

    Since this is a digital image, I'm gonna move this thread over to the general gallery. We're basically film geeks stumping about here in the alt forum. ;)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Another "happy accident" photo.
    NEVER get this camera repaired!
    Save on a new one if you really want to carry on doing ordinary, run-the-mill daytime photography, but DO KEEP THIS ONE, broken as it is! The effect is... I lack the words....
     

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