so no video toot recording...anyone would think I was on 40 a day.... So lets have a look at some multi image stuff... newbies here's a link on how to set up your camera... multi image shooting 2 parts to it and once you have it all set up the only tricky thing is to get your head around it and then use it in a creative way...so here are some from a couple of weeks back.
So it's a usable technique from shooting in a stationary position to also being on the move and say taking a shot every 4 paces, let the camera do all the work and well here is a big freebie hint, if your camera has the option of using an EV dial, check your menu system, then I dial in -2 EV...effectively under exposing the shots and once the camera starts to 'layer' them up you'll find that the image will get lighter. Okay you may not want to use the EV option but it works for me and more importantly when I check my histogram, which you should do as you shoot, I get no blown highlights and as I shoot RAW I know that when things are upped into Lightroom or CS6 or CC I have a full range of tonality to work with...if that sounds like Photoshop bollocks then email me and I'll try and break it down and if I stop coughing the I'll try and get an explanatory video online...
So if you want to try this start with 2 shots...but think about it...composition gets a teensy bit more head scratchy as you are having to do that thing...yes the work of the devil......... imagineering, pre visualising...taking a punt on how it will turn out...don't take rubbish home, delete but get better each time and think before shooting...hey I make it sound simple...it can be frustrating but ultimately rewarding... time for a fishermans friend...
What's all this then????
An unyeilding torrent of Photo babbel full of unconfirmed facts and manufactured photo drivel.. take from it what you like, it won't change the world but may leave you feeling nauseous...