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Old 02-18-2006, 04:18 PM
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Smile A project using photography or ekg?

Do you have any ideas for a senior type project (moderately advanced) that is uses photography? My daughter has a professional digital camera and would love to find a way to work it into a project but so far we can't come up with anything. She also has interest in building her own ekg but isn't sure what to use it on. She wasn't going to enter this year because I had health problems and thought it was too late but they've now extended the dates and she wants to try. The only hitch is that we need something that can be tested in a short amount of time (a couple weeks or so.) Any thoughts?
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I think you should do a project on the diffrent type of film[the difrence].
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I know very little about photography, but I can give you a few variables you might want to test on. One variable is the different films and the effect on the picture. Two, lighting. There are many different types of way to test lighting. I don't know if professional cameras can change different types of flashes. If not, maybe professional lighting. The effect of different lighting on the brightness of the color, or the contrast, or the quality, or all three. Three, are there different ways to develop a film? I don't know, but if there are, that can be another choice to test. Four, what about the different ways to take a film? If your daughter is specialized in phhotography, she should know this better than I. Therefore, have her come up with variables and see which one she wants to test.

If she wants to go somewhere more research type, then look at the inside of a camera, the process of developing the film.... Good luck!
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