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Thread: Abandoned houses, Colthrop Mill (Thatcham, Berks) Nov 08

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalNoise View Post
    Hehe, I asked her to get in the way for that one, It was a 10 sec exposure if I remember correctly and she just walked up the stairs slowly for me... It got the intended response!
    Interesting, proves how easy it is to fake people out then because it really doesn't look 'human'.


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    Actually yeah it does, I was so concentrating on the face that I missed the rest of the body :)

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    It could be quite an interesting concept, Ill be taking loads of white bedsheets next time!
    It does make you look at 'photos of the paranormal' in a completely different way once you understand it!

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    Superb.

    I actually think that place would look lovely all restored.

    Like the through the hole shot.

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    mmmm, these are lovely. i love the green room. freaky 'ghost' photo too!

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