An easy multilens experiment

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Take that sampler out for a spin, and be surprised by what comes back. Samplers – whether super or action – can produce interesting sequences of movement.

The most obvious way of using this is using it to document someone or something’s movement, as such:

But when that movement isn’t available, how about moving the camera itself – or more specifically, spinning it? Even a slight twist of the wrist can get a more interesting arrangement than four identical, repeated frames…

And if you go fast enough, you can get a really wild effect!

But if you really, really want to confuse someone, do it with a Supersampler. The four strips will jumble up anything beyond almost all recognition.

And if even this doesn’t work for you… How about spinning yourself?

written by coldkennels on 2011-04-19 #gear #tutorials #camera #tipster #quickie-tipster #multilens-experiment-spin-rotation-supersampler-actionsampler

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4 Comments

  1. orangeuke
    orangeuke ·

    nice article!

  2. analogmonolog
    analogmonolog ·

    cool :)

  3. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    That bird is so cute :)

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    sweatheart333 ·

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