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Self portrait

By ceri_baxter
i read an article on how sometimes over exposing your photos can be effective, so i tried it... and viola!

Tags: Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: johnnyboy114, kieranmccay, KarenFB and 6 more


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johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
2 May 2010 7:37PM
Absolutely, but not at the same time! Well, sort of. Doesn't really work like that lol! You will see more grain in darker images with the ISO cranked right up and overexposing the image can be done on any ISO setting if the camera has its aperture wide open and the shutter speed is slow enough.... Even so, the look on this is good, I like it. But have a go at experimenting with the high ISO, but expose more to how it should be and you will see the grain a lot more. Its more "noise" than grain, they are quite different, but if you convert to black and white the "noise" does turn to very effective grain....

Ok, thats enough from me...lol! Smile

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2 May 2010 7:49PM
I think this works really well
KarenFB Plus
10 4.6k 167 England
2 May 2010 8:16PM
I think it's brilliant when folk experiment with their camera to produce something a little different. This is certainly something different and if you love it that's all that matters!!

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