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When it rains, it pours.

This is the version with a 50mm f/1.4, there is another version with a 12mm lens.
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MattJSaw Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2005
i really like the concept. good work!
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2005
I think I'm going to do some more work like this, once I get some studio time! Thanks.
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the-darkraven Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005
Oh my! Like this one more than the other one ("More Ideas"). Love the focus, it's very well done. :star::star::star::star::star-empty:
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stumbleine-one Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005   Photographer
I really like the focus in this one. a much better composition.

But now you have to let me on to the secret....not so much on this one, but more on the other one -- how you drop the cards?
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005
With my hands.

:shh:

:)
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stumbleine-one Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005   Photographer
Hahaha. so did you use a timer on your camera?
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2005
Yeah, I used the self timer, but also set the camera to bracket three shots with 1/3 stop difference on each. When you setup the self timer, and the bracket on a Canon it will shoot the bracket shots as fast as possible all together after the self timer. So I had a window of three shots on the self timer, a lot easier than one shot!

Beep, beep, beep, beep... *paper drop* clak-clak-clak.

:)
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stumbleine-one Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2005   Photographer
Oh that's nice to know because I've not used my bracketing setting yet on my Canon. I usually just do my bracketing manually. not sure why?? I wonder if the bracketing is the same on the digital as it is on the film??

Thanks. thanks answering all my nit-picky questions. and thanks for dealing with them. I apologize in advance for any more questions I'll have in the future.
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2005
I think the film works the same way, or it does on my EOS Elan 7 anyway.

Don't apoligize for asking questions, that's why they are called questions, not insults! I don't mind sharing with others.
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stumbleine-one Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2005   Photographer
Thanks :)

Actually, I had to do a shoot tonight and I tried the bracketing and it works the same way (I have an Elan 7ne). YAY!
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2005
I'm jealous... I wanted an Elan 7N, but I couldn't find one for cheap enough. So I got an Elan 7 in the box with warranty new for $150 from an auction of a Ritz Camera that was closing! Not the newest model, but it wasn't used, and it was really cheap. Anyway, good luck, and I'll keep an eye on your gallery.

;)
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attackingmoose27 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005   Photographer
awesome shot, I like this a lot...I like the other one because it has more cards falling but this one is good for what you've done with it...great job

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o0MOTORHEAD0o Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah have to agree this is the better picture of the two...
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ElitistAsshole Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
I prefer this version over the other one, the compostion is much stronger and all together more interesting
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usedtoit03 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
Yeah... same here. I also like the faster shutter speed of this image. The other one might make it's way to the scraps.
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Camera Data

Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 20D
Shutter Speed
1/640 second
Aperture
F/1.8
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Nov 29, 2005, 6:47:07 PM
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