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January 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Multiple Exposures

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    Default January 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Multiple Exposures

    This month's level 2 photo assignment is 'Multiple Exposures'.
    Assignments should be posted right here in this thread.
    Okay then who will post first?
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    3 exposure of Houmas House Plantation, taken 1/2/17at 11:00pm. I went out just for this shot because of the fog.

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    I dig the etherial feeling here. Good job.
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    What a cool set. Are these multiple exposures or a long exposure zoom which makes multiple exposures. My T3i doesn't do them natively, so I'll have to find a tricky way to do it or do it in post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iguanasan View Post
    Are these multiple exposures or a long exposure zoom which makes multiple exposures.
    My D800 and D300s let me combine up to ten individual shots into a ME. The lowly D90 allows me only three.

    These are ten shot ME's made zooming my 16-35mm lens. Really wish I hadn't posted the first three until I'd learned a little more about it. They kinda suc. Especially the first two with their burned out street lamps.

    I'm in Charleston, SC for some work related training so maybe I can get downtown and see what happens there. Should be able to furnish Runmonty with a couple of cool doors as well.
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    Nice one barefoot -
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    I tried a few double exposures on film. Surprisingly, my EOS Rebel T1 has a specific setting for multiple exposures. Shot on Ilford HP5+ which seems to be a very grainy film.

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