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A neat function of the D2X

Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by Desert Rat, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. This is something I used to do with my film camera and found out that with the D2X you can do something very similar.
    I learned this technique fom a book by Freeman Patterson.

    This is a shot that consists of three different multi exposure shots done in camera. Each image is 10 frames and then in the camera the images are overlayed.

    Creating a single image of 30 exposures. Done with a zoom lens that has a tripod collar. Each image is shot and then the lens is rotated while the zoom is adjusted in small increments. THis gives the swirl effect...


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  2. Nice abstract image, Eric.
    Freeman Patterson is one of my favourite photographers. I have learned a lot from his books about visualisation and composition. I'm waiting for my D200 to try this kind of effect.
  3. Thanks Dao Dang,

    I used to do this stuff with a film camera... Now I can do it digitally and it is much easier...

  4. That is a very nice image.

    I love the tricks the D2X has up its sleeve. I've done some amazing time lapse stuff with it. Problem of course is that 12 MP movies are really really big. :biggrin:
  5. yep it a neat thing I learned one day..
  6. Robert


    Jul 24, 2005
    Fab image

    Very nice! What were you shooting to get this great texture/abstract.
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