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Hej from Sweden!

Unread postby [SiC] » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:57 am

Hej!

Sebastian Thorstensson from Hammarö (Karlstad) Sweden :) Shooting with a KM D7D since end of 2004.
I'm here to learn and discuss in general.

Please feel free to browse my photostream on Flickr!

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Unread postby David Kilpatrick » Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:31 am

Hi! That is an amazing set of pix. I love the way you use darkness and contrast, and deep colours. The shot of the jump with a wavy horizon is the first time I have ever seen something which can happen with AS and a moving camera plus stabilization - the subject recorded in different positions as the sensor moves across the direction of the shutter slot. In theory it should happen, but I have never seen it before.

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Unread postby [SiC] » Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:53 am

David Kilpatrick wrote:Hi! That is an amazing set of pix. I love the way you use darkness and contrast, and deep colours. The shot of the jump with a wavy horizon is the first time I have ever seen something which can happen with AS and a moving camera plus stabilization - the subject recorded in different positions as the sensor moves across the direction of the shutter slot. In theory it should happen, but I have never seen it before.

David


Hi David!

Glad to hear you enjoyed the photos :D
The photo with the weird horizon is actually shot with my SonyEricsson K800i :oops:

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Re: Hej from Sweden!

Unread postby Dr. Harout » Fri Sep 05, 2008 12:46 pm

Hi Sebastian and welcome. :D
About the old truck, I too have no idea about the mark, but I love old car photos too.
Nice set of pictures.
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Unread postby [SiC] » Fri Sep 05, 2008 1:14 pm

Dr. Harout wrote:Hi Sebastian and welcome. :D
About the old truck, I too have no idea about the mark, but I love old car photos too.
Nice set of pictures.



Thanks for the warm welcome :)
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Re: Hej from Sweden!

Unread postby David Kilpatrick » Fri Sep 05, 2008 1:40 pm

[SiC] wrote:
David Kilpatrick wrote:Hi! That is an amazing set of pix. I love the way you use darkness and contrast, and deep colours. The shot of the jump with a wavy horizon is the first time I have ever seen something which can happen with AS and a moving camera plus stabilization - the subject recorded in different positions as the sensor moves across the direction of the shutter slot. In theory it should happen, but I have never seen it before.

David


Hi David!

Glad to hear you enjoyed the photos :D
The photo with the weird horizon is actually shot with my SonyEricsson K800i :oops:

BR,
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That explains why I have never seen the effect from AS!

But I have also never seen that kind of effect from anything except a focal plane shutter. I have no idea how a camera phone could produce it.

David

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Unread postby [SiC] » Fri Sep 05, 2008 2:07 pm

David Kilpatrick wrote:That explains why I have never seen the effect from AS!

But I have also never seen that kind of effect from anything except a focal plane shutter. I have no idea how a camera phone could produce it.

David


I have no idea either... Maybe it's a well hidden "feature" :wink:
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Unread postby bonneville » Fri Sep 05, 2008 2:58 pm

Hi and welcome from bonneville

Good set thanks for the link. I like P7032276_sun_rays. Not sure why, it just appeals :D

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Unread postby [SiC] » Mon Sep 08, 2008 12:44 pm

bonneville wrote:Hi and welcome from bonneville

Good set thanks for the link. I like P7032276_sun_rays. Not sure why, it just appeals :D

Brian


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Re: Hej from Sweden!

Unread postby Javelin » Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:27 pm

Sebastian I went through your whole flikr site. I must say you have a very good eye.


Someone posted on DPR that if the camera senses panning motions the AS is turned off. maybe thats why ?

David Kilpatrick wrote:


That explains why I have never seen the effect from AS!

But I have also never seen that kind of effect from anything except a focal plane shutter. I have no idea how a camera phone could produce it.

David
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Re: Hej from Sweden!

Unread postby 01af » Mon Sep 08, 2008 3:16 pm

But I have also never seen that kind of effect from anything except a focal plane shutter. I have no idea how a camera phone could produce it.

If the distortion was from a focal-plane shutter it would have been an extremely slow-traveling one ... like those built, say, 80 years ago. To me it looks as if the phone's camera internally works like a scanning back, recording the pixel rows (or columns in portrait orientation) one after another. However I'm only speculating here; I have no idea how miniature cell-phone cameras actually work.

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