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September 7th, 2014
Episode 20 of 330 episodes
Exposure Compensation Spreadsheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Mu4i4csJchPO1Vdx872gUzZEF5iQ-lSD_ibGcasXbj8/edit?usp=sharing In this video we will continue on with part 2 of the creative process I'm using for my submission in my building's art show. Since I'm going after a very specific effect, I need to do some test shots to make sure this is all going to work out the way I wanted to. For the blurring effect I decided to use the macro extension tubes that I have for my Pentacon Six. Using extension tubes are a little tricky because you have to understand how it effects your exposure. Also important is how it effects depth of field in the scene you're shooting and this is precisely why I've decided to use them. Sponsors: Lynda.com Learn what you want, when you want, with access to thousands of high-quality and easy-to-follow video tutorials, including many about photography. For seven days of free unlimited in-depth courses, visit lynda.com/AOP Squarespace This episode is brought to you by Squarespace, the all-in-one platform that makes it fast and easy to create your own professional website, portfolio or online store. For a free trial and 10% off, go to squarespace.com and use offer code AOP. Start a trial with no credit card required and start building your website.
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