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Old Mar 2, 2007, 11:32 AM   #1
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The first time launching the double exposure option of the D200. Much fun and creative opportunity with it coupled with the use of wireless i-ttl. Here are some trials and errors for viewing.

Theplantwas the same as the previous one under the title Leaves



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Old Mar 2, 2007, 7:07 PM   #6
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Among % images , I liked #3 & #5,But... D-200 having Duoble exposures,Does it related to any of these pictures...?????
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I guess what you meant by relating to the pictures is that they were taken with the D200 using the camera's multiple exposure option. That be the case, 'yes'.

Page 86 of the D200 user manual has a detailed description ofthe multiple exposure option.

I prefersetting the rate of exposure deduction for each exposureon myownto using the'auto gain' of the multiple exposureoption. Using my owndeduction setting, I amable toplay withlight in a more creative manner.

I like bursting images a little bit, feeling that impressionistic effect can better be enhanced that way.

Here is another photo I took along with the ones I have posted. The leaves and brancheswere disorderly and I hoped the overexposure, the masking greenand the blurring may have added some artistic effect to the foliage.

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