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Chris Calohan

Active member
Totally in camera, hand held. Truth be known, it was totally accidental. I had been shooting some in camera multiple exposures set to 10 exposures and the 11th is the compilation of the 10. I just happened to look at some of the frames because I was documenting the new roof installation for insurance purposes when I realized I'd forgotten to turn off the multi feature...but I can see some great uses for this feature, even handheld...maybe even better than on a tripod.
 

Doug Kerr

Active member
Hi, Chris,

Totally in camera, hand held. Truth be known, it was totally accidental. I had been shooting some in camera multiple exposures set to 10 exposures and the 11th is the compilation of the 10. I just happened to look at some of the frames because I was documenting the new roof installation for insurance purposes when I realized I'd forgotten to turn off the multi feature...but I can see some great uses for this feature, even handheld...maybe even better than on a tripod.
Serendipity at work!

Best regards,

Doug
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Chris,

To get that “transparency”, do you think is. 10 x all the + .67 EV that creates that effect?

Or what math is atcwork?

What happens with normal exposure?
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Interesting that it seems so extra green. I think that after Fahim seeded my brain with the complaint that “the Fuji XT is weak on the greens”!

Nothing wrong here, but then I realized you don't have that Fuji problem!

Asher
 

Chris Calohan

Active member
Spring has sprung and it is quite green where of course you can find green in the aftermath of this horrible hurricane.
 
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