Good idea, Bad lighting C&C

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  1. Fatback

    Fatback TPF Noob!

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    So there was some change sitting on my desk, and a cool idea popped into my head. I thought it would be cool to get a stop motion picture of one of them spinning. To bad I don't have the right equipment for this, but I tried any way. I used a small lamp for lighting, but even with it 6inches away I still couldn't get a fast enough shutter speed. I bumped my ISO up as high as I was willing to go, Which with my P&S 400 is my limit.

    So here are the ones I thought turned out ok. I will be trying this again, but next time outside.

    S1/160, F2.8, ISO 400
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    S1/160, F2.8, ISO 400
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    S1/30, F2.8, ISO 100
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    def bad lighting...and the idea isn't that original.

    keep shooting!
     
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    Yea, I'm sure it's been done 1000 times before just not by me :sillysmi:

    oh well:thumbup:
     
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    Could've tried underexposing it 1 stop to increase the shutter speed. /4 @ 1/250 seems like it would be adequate.
     
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    Those speeds where with it already underexposed -1. I just fixed the exposure in Lightroom.
     

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