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Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by CRC, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. CRC

    CRC Sarah's Dad

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    I took this last weekend. Pretty cool cat's eye effect. What causes this, shutter?

    I used a Nikon D-70 with automatic, digital setting. We got the SLR just to look like we know what we're doing. :cool:

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  2. MrsKitty

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    Now that is one of those things you couldn't do no matter how hard you tried! :)
     

  3. CRC

    CRC Sarah's Dad

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    No Doubt!!

    Here's another one for you.

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    Wow. What color!

    :)
     
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    its generally some effect of having the shutter stopped down.on film 35mm cameras it occurres at like f 16 or maby 32 ect.the ones ive seen are more circular or octagonal in shape.yours is very intresting indeed due to the long cylindrical shape?very strange indeed.but somehow this is what the shutter looks like at some point in the exposure???
     
  6. CRC

    CRC Sarah's Dad

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    It sure is strange and I can take no credit for it as the camera was on automatic. I was surprised that it wasn't out of focus because I was on a boat and the water wasn't totally calm.

    Thanks,

    -Craig