PhotoDelusions

6 March 2010

Minolta Expansion Card effects

Some first experiments with the Minolta Expansion card system – all pictures taken using a Minolta 700si and Fuji Superia 200 film

 

Triple exposure

^Triple exposure using the Multiple Exposure card, 50mm 1.7 prime; each exposure at –1.5EV; rotating the point of view around the central tulip

 

Soft focus | Fantasy 2 card | #1

^ Fantasy card 2, Minolta 75-300mm AF zoom, handheld: the camera exposes part of the picture in focus and then deliberately defocuses to create a soft halo effect

 

Soft focus | Fantasy 2 card | #2

^ Fantasy card 2, as above but using flash to accentuate sharpness

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2 Comments »

  1. Cool effects – I’m just starting to play around with the fantasy card – looks interesting!

    Comment by Lloyd — 1 March 2011 @ 3:09 am

  2. […] Fantasy –  changes focus during the exposure. Here’s an example of the effects. […]

    Pingback by Lloyd K. Barnes Photography » Creativity with Old Cameras – Minolta Maxxum 7xi — 1 March 2011 @ 3:32 am


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