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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. Shiva.

    Shiva. Senior Member

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    i used a Canon EOS 400D (except for the second and last one, those are taken with a HP photosmart M525, some crappy digital camera)

    and i don't know the commercial
     
  2. stuv214

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  3. bilal_tariq

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  5. Downy

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    i took the pic right nowin comp class on my cell but it looks sick tho. ai98.photobucket.com_albums_l245_Downymx263_0514081114b.jpg
     
  6. JentryBain

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  7. atlok7

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    b squared- youve got a great style
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    none of these are altered in any way, all direct photos. (except for sizing)
     
  8. TaskOne

    TaskOne Senior Member

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    How do you do the lil blue blurrs? I got a Nikon D40 and i wana shoot some dope pics haha
     
  9. Shiva.

    Shiva. Senior Member

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    i don't, i use a digital mirror reflex camera

    and i think the bleu blurs are made with a blue light moved around with long exposure
     
  10. Techkanuck

    Techkanuck Senior Member

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    ai19.photobucket.com_albums_b159_civichatch2005_museum_221262_R1_07_17.jpg
    ai19.photobucket.com_albums_b159_civichatch2005_The_20way_20I_20see_20it_weirdpeir.jpg

    I have a Nikon N55 35mm SLR. I like using film sometimes but I think I'm switching to a digital that's about twice as nice.
     
  11. Chump

    Chump Senior Member

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    just drop your shutter speed way low... its a cheep easy trick to do...
     
  12. HëRbN

    HëRbN Elite Member

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    yeah he just used a really slow shutter speed and that to me looks like he just waved his cell phone around a bunch. Cool picks though guys! Nice work all a yall.
     
  13. ~~>ANTIK<~~

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  15. SWIV3Ltwo

    SWIV3Ltwo Senior Member

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    how do you do the light blur thing?
     
  16. bilal_tariq

    bilal_tariq Elite Member

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    reduce the shutter speed.
    for example,
    fast shutter speeds are like 1/4000 of a second or 1/6000 (even faster),
    however,
    by slowing down your shutter speed,
    you bring it down to say 5, 10, 15, 20 seconds etc,
    the slower your shutter speed,
    the longer the shutter stays open,
    that is,
    the longer the shutter takes to snap,
    and in all that time it takes to snap,
    it will absorb all the light and the movements associated with the light,
    what you get as a result is the motion picture of the light moving around.
    although you must keep in mind that when you are doing this operation,
    be advised to either use a tripod or keep the camera on a still plane free of movement,
    because if the camera moves,
    not only will the picture look out of order,
    but it will ENTIRELY blur the scene.
    also,
    when you are shooting with a DIGITAL SLR (DSLR),
    this mode is usually labelled as "TV" (Time Value) as opposed to "AV" (Aperture Value),
    so when you use a DSLR,
    make sure you change the shooting mode to "TV" and reduce your aperture to as low as possible,
    the lower the aperture,
    the higher intake of light (since aperture works inversely to the F-Numbers on the camera),
    a lower aperture lets in large amounts of light and a higher aperture lets in lower amounts of light.
    and finally,
    set the ISO speed on your DSLR to say around 1600 or even better to 3200,
    and then watch the magic unfold,
    if you need to see some more of those kind of shots,
    have a look at this flickr set of mine which forms part of my portfolio,
    http://flickr.com/photos/beehtrix/sets/72157605068581911/

    i hope my short guide helped you,
    if you still need help,
    post away,
    i am curious to see how you use your creativity with this guide to capture some good shots,
    don't forget to post them in here,
    B.
     
  17. SWIV3Ltwo

    SWIV3Ltwo Senior Member

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    do you need a non digital camera for that because i have one of those in washington and i can get it on monday.....i didnt find how to slow my shudderspeed on my digital camera
     
  18. bilal_tariq

    bilal_tariq Elite Member

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    no,
    you can do it on both digital SLR and film SLR,
    which DSLR do you have?
    if you could tell me which one you have,
    i may be able to guide you as to what settings you need to use.
     
  19. Shiva.

    Shiva. Senior Member

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    swivel, read the previous posts, you dumb fuck, it has all been said. and yes, you can also do that with a digital camera (if you have a good one)
     
  20. bilal_tariq

    bilal_tariq Elite Member

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    hey man,
    why are you swearing at the poor guy,
    i'm sure he must have read the previous posts but couldn't exactly understand how they work,
    hence,
    i typed up a little guide for him.

    anyways,
    i just updated my flickr,
    feel free to look around,
    http://www.flickr.com/beehtrix