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        01-03-2008, 09:42 PM
    Double Exposures/ Pictures

    I took photography for 2 years back in high school and I usually used my horses as my sujects lol. So here are some pictures I took with a film camera where I had to roll the film, develop it, and burn the photos. One of my favorite effects to do with film pictures was double exposures although the first few times I tried it took me a really long time to figure it out. I think film photography is way better than digital!! Someday I am going to buil my own dark room . Tell me what you think!!

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        01-03-2008, 10:49 PM
    You're talented. And you've convinced me about film photography. Whatever it means, I totally agree.

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        01-03-2008, 11:45 PM
    Ha thanks! Well if I still had a film camera I would! Lol. I need to go and buy one (altho they are pretty pricey) and make my own dark room. And I forgot to mention what a double exposure is in case no one knows... the first two pictures are examples. It is when you take two different pictures on a piece of film and burn half of it on one half of the photo paper then you cover that part with your hand and blend in another image to make it look like there are two images that are blended together if that makes any sense lol
        01-05-2008, 09:04 PM
    Those are really cool!!

    People are starting to forget what film photography was??? My goodness, has the digital age really made such thing obsolete already? *is overcome with nostalgia*
        01-05-2008, 09:49 PM
    LOL I know its crazy!! Thanks! My teacher had told us about some schools where only teaching digital now. I was like what?? You can't truely appreciate photography until you use film. My teacher always taught film photography before digital and most students prefered film over digital. Go Figure lol :roll: .
        01-08-2008, 10:02 AM
    I think film is preferable because it's tangible, it's something you can hold and work with. Digital (not that I have anything against it) is rather impersonal...
        01-08-2008, 03:29 PM
    Yah that is very true!

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