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In the Slap Zoom Video there is a short clip where I’m covering the lens and rotating the camera. This is a technique I’ve been using with my CANON camera, which does not provide a multiple exposure routine (like Nikon does (
This is one of many images I’ve created using this technique and have some ideas on how to improve it.
Technical: Canon 1Ds Mark II, cloudy/evening twilight, no filters, 70-200mm lens, ISO100, f/32, 20 seconds, 4 camera movements. Cover lens in between movements.
Using a similar technique from KS#1 and #2, I went to work shooting some cityscapes in the same manner. This image was made in downtown Saint Paul at a parking ramp. These were lights in the parking ramp stairwell.
Technical: Canon 1Ds MkII, 24-70mm, 10 second exp., f/16, in camera multiple exposure with camera rotation and flash rear curtain sync. 2 panel image.
ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS of the print contest: I want to send out a big THANK YOU to all of you who continue to be present here at E X P E R I E N C E. For those who did comment on the Print Contest Images, I put your name in a bowl and drew two winners: Kevin Hawkins and Megan Uhan. Please choose an image from the blog galleries and send me an email with your mailing information.
Today’s post is a departure from the slap zoom and in camera multiple exposure technique I presented on Wednesday. With this image I DID do an in camera multiple exposure on a north shore fern and then flipped it horizontally and vertically, essentially creating 4 panels from 1 image.
Technical: Canon 1Ds Mark II, 24-70mm, Singh Ray Vari ND filter, 10 second shutter.
Canon IN CAMERA Multiple Exposure Method: Since Canon does not provide a multiple exposure feature, I figured out a way to trick it. During the exposure and during the MOVEMENT of the camera I cover the lens with a piece of black foam core. This minimizes blurring, allowing me to capture cleaner moments between movements of the camera.