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February 17th, 2004
08:52 pm


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Very different class tonight. Only three students there. The numbers had been falling a bit, but I think this week that at least two of the people in the class were on vacation.

I found out that my photos didn't turn out how I wanted them to because of the automatic correction for exposure that takes place in most printing machines. So, really, my photos are better than they look. I got a recommendation for South End Photo as a place that is actually able to not correct for exposure. And I think I may have found a place to develop any "interesting" pictures I end up taking. Definitely worth checking out the link. And! It's walking distance from work.

I'm going to need a few subjects for this week's assignment with flash. Any volunteers?

I think I'm going to go by Hunt's tomorrow with my tripod and see about getting the missing piece, along with a cable release. Either one or both of those will be useful for the flash assignment.

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Date:February 17th, 2004 06:53 pm (UTC)
Me! Me! Let my exhibitionist side fly and be free!

Oh. Err- What is the assignment exactly? Not anything "interesting," is it? ;-)
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Date:February 18th, 2004 03:32 am (UTC)


Don't worry, it's not that kind of class. ;-)

There are actually 5 different parts of the assignment, from shooting 2 heads to shooting a crowd of people, to shooting completely in the dark with a long exposure and multiple flashes.
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Date:February 18th, 2004 04:50 am (UTC)

inquiring minds want to know...

...how does a cable release help for flash shots?

(I'm used to only needing/wanting a cable release for long exposures.)
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Date:February 18th, 2004 05:01 am (UTC)

Re: inquiring minds want to know...

One of the bits of the assignment is to do a long exposure with multiple flashes in a dark room.
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