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    Cool Lens art

    Hi everyone, I was just messing around with my DSLR the other day and created this rather psychedelic shot by twisting the camera around the focal point. I was wondering what other cool effects some of you other posters may have come up with? Please share, Peace, Dynamex.
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    lol..i was editing a waterfall pic yesterday and i locked up the program overlaoding it as usual...when i got back on, it split and mirrored part of my pic..it turned out cool though ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamex View Post
    Hi everyone, I was just messing around with my DSLR the other day and created this rather psychedelic shot by twisting the camera around the focal point. I was wondering what other cool effects some of you other posters may have come up with? Please share, Peace, Dynamex.
    Howzabout resizing it to 1000 pix or less so we can see the whole thing, or most of it anyway?
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    (formerly Pentax 50 1.4/50-200/55-300/K100D, Sigma 18-50 2.8/70-300 APO, Tamron 28-75, Viv 800, Tele-Tokina 800, Canon S3 IS, Samsung L210)
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    I'm not seeing any image at all in the first post?
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    It's big..it may take time to load

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    Maybe Dynamex doesn't know that (s)he can go back in to his post and simply delete the image in favour of a smaller one.

    Dynamex, have a look for the camera Tossers.
    No I'm not being abusive; these guys choose a long exposure and "Toss" their cameras in the air with varying degrees of roll and yaw with some surprising results.

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    WORKS ONLY IF YOU CATCH IT,..LOL

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    Hey all sorry about the giant offensive image, I've resized it now. The tossing looks crazy.
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    Lets see now, I set my camera to a long shutter exposure, then I...... TOSS IT INTO THE AIR..... and with any luck I catch it? Well hell let me put the 80-400mm Tokina on it to give it a bit more heft!! What about bungee cords around the camera and drop it off a bridge or out a window? Stop the madness!!
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    Spin it on a rope is safe enough,,

    as for dropping it off a bridge.. I actually have a roll cage for my hd camera for such things..lol

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