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UploadedJanuary 25, 2009
TakenJanuary 24, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3
Exposure1/320 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length70 mm
ISO1600
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last night, during an electricity failure, i sat really bored... and all of a sudden i thought of giving multiple exposure a try :)

here's how it works; you program the camera to take 2,3,4,5 or upto ten shots within one capture :) and then, you just take those shots :)

multiple exposure works best when there is a dark background such as here or a nice black backdrop :)

think of a beautiful girl, dressed in red, dancing against a black curtain... lit by a typical stage spotlight... now thats what calls for multiple exposure :)

anyways, back to the basics... i started from the leftmost side of the frame, at 70mm, and then zoomed in all the way to 200mm, centered the candle and then took the 3rd and last shot at the right side, again at 70mm :)

since i had nothing to align the cangle on a straight line (given the ambient darkness), i employed a little common sense and used the autofocus points as my gridlines :) haha :)

this was cropped :) nothing else, no levels adjustment, nothing :)

just an experiment :) let's see what u think of this one :)

muhammad muhsin

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