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Unformatted text preview: shot at 11:15 in the morning, the first image was pretty strong. We had to move the camera over a little bit for the second image at 3:45 in the afternoon though because since the sun moved, the image on the wall did also, and it wasn’t on the wall in the same spot as it was before. We used the widest-angle camera we had, but I wish we had a wider one so we could have gotten more of the image into the shot because it was pretty cool. The images were really grainy though because we had to have the ISO up to 1600 because the lowest f/stop her camera could have was 3.5 and we had a 30 second exposure, which was the longest we could have without putting the camera on bulb. All in all this project came out really well, and we learned a lot about how to make a camera obscura, and it was fun!...
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- Fall '07
- Book of Optics, Camera Obscura, Ericalyn Francavilla Rosalinda