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Lisa B. Gimber 9/28/2004 3:44:10 AM

How did you make this picture? Using multiple exposures? I love it! #173355

Tony Sweet 9/28/2004 4:51:40 AM

9 multiple exposure. Thanks much! #809530

Lisa B. Gimber 9/28/2004 5:01:10 AM

Is there any way to get a shot like that with a digital camera and lens that only costs about $500? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. In the meantime, I use a manual SLR and get film developed onto CDs. Singing the flat broke blues, Lisa #809549

Tony Sweet 9/28/2004 5:14:32 AM

Cost or an expensive lens is really not the issue, Lisa. The camera has to be capable of performing multiple exposures. Some are and some aren't. I use a Fuji S2, and it does multiple exposures. After having the right equipment, then the look is achieved through a specific technique that is a bit long to explain, but is taught in my online Image Design class and in my book, "Fine Art Nature Photography," which is currently the Book of the Month at #809580

Lisa B. Gimber 9/28/2004 5:20:09 AM

I'll go to the bookstore today.
Thanks, Lisa #809586

LaRae Roberts 10/19/2004 2:42:23 PM

I love this flower photograph! I bought your DVD and love it also. It was sometimes confusing because it lacked some of the detail I was hoping for like when you did these multiple exposures I didn't see or here what kind of exposure compensation you would need to get this shot at a correct exposure. I tried it and mine seemed overexposed at -3 exposure compensation. Can you give me an idea about that please.
LaRae Roberts #857093

Tony Sweet 10/19/2004 3:11:49 PM

Aperture priority mode on matrix metering
exposure compensation set to -3
shoot 9 exposures while slightly twising the camera #857178

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