Experimental help!!

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  1. placeonthecorner

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    Hi folks! how are we all? So ive just finished my first project at college and now we're moving onto experimental photography, pinhole etc. One of the options is using digital cameras and after investing in one i thought i'd give it a go. Ive been trying different things like multiple exposures and night photography etc, and i was wondering if anyone else had any other weird and wacky ideas i could have a try at? Any suggestions are appreciated as im a little short ideas. thanx!!! :)
     
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    Infrared, zoom while taking the picture, colored filters (the ones used for B&W, such as red or yellow) over the lens while shooting in color, very long exposures....
     
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    Add movement to the long exposure to see the different effect of time and speed of subject... Pan with movement to blur background ect. The posibilities are infinite.
     
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    thanx folks, some interesting ideas there... this may seem like a total beginner question, but what happens with long exposures?... is that like night time photos?
     
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    Play with using diferent white balance setting in unusall places. Can get some grate colours that way.


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    not necessarily I consider anything under 1/30 a long exposure you can show movement with them
     

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