- Posted Jan. 27, 2007 by Lisa in Landscape. Viewed 6158 times
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These are some older photos that I took for a photography class.
1 & 2 were for an assignment to make a set of double exposures. The instruction said that we weren't supposed to keep track of what we shot on each frame so the double exposure would be random. I cheated a little in that the first run through, I shot mostly things with patterns in them like the peacock feathers and the brick path. The second time around I shot whatever I wanted. These were two that I've always liked.
#3 was for an assigment to capture motion. I shot it on my first SLR camera, a Canon AE-1P. I had a shutter release and pressed the shutter just as the train was leaving and then let it go after what I felt was a good interval. I was lucky it came out because only one train comes thru the station each hour.
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