One Minute Exposure

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  1. P Bailey

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    Looks almost like an old disney cartoon. :0) Cant remember which one though.
     
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    That's crazy, what time of the day was it? What settings did you use?
     
  4. P Bailey

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    It was around 2:00 in the afternoon when the photo was taken. This was done with a 35mm pinhole camera and tripod. The exposure time was one minute. The film used was Lucky Color ISO 100. This film was 89 cents per 12 exposures but worked very well in the pinhole camera.
     
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    Excellent work. I would like to have seen it without the branch though.
     
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    Great shot, my only complaint is that there is nothing in focus. Was it windy? That would explain the blurry branch if so. I'm guessing you can't use a shutter release with a pinhole camera? But yeah, very surreal.
     
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    This was done with a cable release and tripod. The camera was fitted with a homemade pinhole. There may have been some wind but I don't remember. The branch may have been too close to the camera.
     
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    personally I like whimsical but I think you should have exposed it for a little less depending on your hole size and box size.
     

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