Um...nooo, that would only trick the film speed and lengthen exposure. For multi exposure, you need to recock the shutter without advancing the film.
Originally Posted by Raphael
What is a master but a master student? And if that's true, then there's a responsibility on you to keep getting better and to explore avenues of your profession.
Yes, don't know for you all, but sending back the camera to the one or two same guys who kept it 6 months, may be too much for my nerves...
Originally Posted by thebanana
Yep - that's probably too much to ask. Also, while I love the idea of experimenting, perhaps there's too much risk with the images themselves. Aside from the psychotic drivel we engage in, seeing our (recognizable) images at the end of these LONG rounds is really the only payout of this madness.
Originally Posted by Raphael
Argh, OK, seems my workday was a little too long, here.
Originally Posted by Rick A
I would mean "simulate a *400* iso DX coding with a 200 iso film"
For the shutter recocking w/o advance, it's not a concern here, from what I understand : the roll is completely exposed through one pass shared by the subscribers, then rewinded, the film leader is extracted, camera is reloaded and sent again to the subscribers for the second pass...
Last edited by Raphael; 02-27-2014 at 02:23 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Can't we just split the group into exposure 1 & exposure 2 and have the first group complete the roll and reload it before passing it on the the second?
If we go for 2 cameras, we can do 1 that is 'normal' and one that's this double exposure experiment.
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If we wanted to save time, Shawn could wander around with the camera, shooting at will. Then send it out for its second exposures.
Right now in Spain they're holding the Running of the Bulls,
followed by the Soiling of the Pants, and the Burying of the Idiots.
Head hurts. Let's just do it normally.
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Thanks, but actually, it has been more a group effort to get them back. I think they just get sick of hearing from me - I'm beginning to think the whole passive/aggressive thing just doesn't work.
Originally Posted by lxdude
This round, after my countless attempts yielded nothing, John Nanian stepped in with Nicholai and said the magic words that got the camera back on track. And John isn't even participating this round! Last round, it was both John_Nikon_F and Fred L.
Truly a group effort, this lunatic endeavor.
Last edited by Shawn Rahman; 02-28-2014 at 11:42 AM. Click to view previous post history.
Lets not forget those of us who put in extra effort to lose the cameras too!
"People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.
With my luck, mine would be overlapped with flatulent1's... wouldn't that be a gas?
Originally Posted by hawkegihm
tim in san jose
No harm intended Fred.
Where ever you are, there you be.