Time series

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  1. crawdaddio

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    I know it's been done before, but that didn't stop me from trying! Here's something I've been working on lately.


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    Don't know about this one? What do you think?
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    I've posted this one before, but here goes....
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    I really like #1.
    #3 would be really cool with an old pocket watch or something that showed some age.
     
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    I've done some of this too... It's fun!

    1 so kicks ass dude!

    I really like 3 as well. But I wonder what it would look like with the watch itself being 100% opaque, and leaving the band as you have it...just a thought!

    Awesome!
     
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    i remember the last :thumbup:

    these are so cool...how do you do that stuff?
     
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    ^Magic my friend.

    Thanks for your comments everyone!

    Jo-If I exposed #3 to the point that the watch face was opaque, I would lose the band entirely. Wait a minute....that might be cool too.
     
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    Nice! I obviously love the last one (as I mentioned in another post) and that third one is cool! Nice series!
     
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    ???

    I assumed it was a double shot, and that you faded the layer withe the straps (like how we do the see-thru stuff). But I guess you've done it differently? What was the technique?

    By opaque, I meant that the face doesn't look ghost-like, not that it's just a big blob of color :lol:



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    OK, so I've gone and looked at it again...and umm, yea, I think what I'm suggesting is what you already did...never mind...I'll shut up now.
     
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    I opened the shutter (via remote) and waited ten seconds. Then I snatched the watch away and waited another fifteen seconds. Closed shutter. I think I shot this at f/25 or 32? Whatever my smallest aperture was. Only post processing is levels and contrast adjustment. It's a neat technique that's fun to play around with.
     
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    That sounds very cool...I might have to try it.

    I thought it was 2 shots, and you played with the opacity in one to get the see-thru effect on the strap.

    As it's supposed to snow all tomorrow, I am gonna definitely try this!

    Thanks.
     

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