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12/27/2006 07:23:08 PM · #1
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I cant figure out how my son is almost invisible. My camera was on a tripod and my son was right there the whole time.
12/27/2006 07:24:29 PM · #2
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12/27/2006 07:24:31 PM · #3
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Fixed the link for you. :-)

Daaaa... Too slow.

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12/27/2006 07:24:37 PM · #4
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Simple explanation, he's a mutant :-)
12/27/2006 07:25:27 PM · #5
Hey, that's my son your talking about
12/27/2006 07:25:42 PM · #6
It would help to have some of the specifics....exposure length, etc. But my guess....aside from him being a mutant, is that he was moving.
12/27/2006 07:25:48 PM · #7
My guess is that is not your son - it's a poltergeist. Could be wrong though - is there blood oozing up from your bathroom drain?
12/27/2006 07:26:08 PM · #8
everyone else was pretty much still while your shutter was open except for him. Looks as if he were turning at the time.
12/27/2006 07:26:10 PM · #9
Shutter was open longer then the flash was on.
12/27/2006 07:26:13 PM · #10
Originally posted by Snake:

my son was right there the whole time.


Nope, he must have been moving as that is a typical "long exposure moving subject" look you got there
12/27/2006 07:26:20 PM · #11
My guess would be that this is a longer exposure, and he moved.
12/27/2006 07:26:35 PM · #12
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

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Simple explanation, he's a mutant :-)


I concure
12/27/2006 07:29:30 PM · #13
Ghosting could be caused by long shutter speed and moving subject or unfinished drywall in the room. ;-)
12/27/2006 07:37:07 PM · #14
Hey I'm in the middle of a remodeling project and you wernt suposed to notice. I guess next time I will edit in CS2
12/27/2006 07:40:55 PM · #15
Originally posted by Snake:

Hey I'm in the middle of a remodeling project and you wernt suposed to notice. I guess next time I will edit in CS2

No worries. Use the spackle filter. ;-)
12/27/2006 07:42:15 PM · #16
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Originally posted by Snake:

Hey I'm in the middle of a remodeling project and you wernt suposed to notice. I guess next time I will edit in CS2

No worries. Use the spackle filter. ;-)


I was gonna suggest the Pattern Maker :-)
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