What would happen if..........

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  1. jophassa

    jophassa TPF Noob!

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    OK, so call me what ever you like, I've heard them all before. I have taken 36exp in B+W ISO 400 Ilford film. I accidently put back in the film and used up the 36 exposures again. What willl the outcome be? Thanks
     
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    Double exposures i guess. You'll have the origional image and then another one overlaying it :D may look cool!
     
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    yeah. i was hoping that may be so. i'll take it in for development (it takes 2 weeks) and then scan them in for you dudes to witness. i got back my first lot of pictures and about half are blurred. i guess i know how to use a camera properly now....
     
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    well its all good practice :D
     
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    DocFrankenstein Clinically Insane?

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    hehehe

    I'd suggest you pull it a stop - after all you've exposed it twice
     
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    I guess that most of your photographs are going to be over exposed.
    Try to shoot the "new" shots with -2.
     

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