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Sep 19, 2018 16:11 |  #1


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I would get one, but I'm afraid somebody would ask me what it all means....

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Sep 19, 2018 18:57 |  #2

Now what would be really cool would be to have an incident lightmeter built into the tshirt, and the exposure info adjust to match.

Also being a pedant, there are multiple errors with the shirt. The RAW should be where the L is, and the L where the RAW is printed. The exposure scale is also wrong, at least for Canon cameras, and I expect most others. The lowest exposure should be to the left, so that should have the - sign, with the + to the right. Also it's customary to have the exposure increase in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments, with more modern bodies than my 50D showing ±3 stops or even ±5 stops instead of the implied older ±2 stops.

I also think the various Maxwell's wave equation tshirts I have seen are quite apt for photographers. I've been doing some "art" screen printing onto tshirts, with commercially bought screens. I'm just getting into creating my own screens, So will have to have a go at doing both styles I guess. Maybe Maxwell on one side, and camera display on the other. I could even probably rig up a photosensor to drive some electroluminescent tape to make the exposure metering work correctly.

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Sep 19, 2018 22:32 as a reply to  @ BigAl007's post |  #3

^ ^ And your battery is dead! ; )


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Sep 20, 2018 00:39 |  #4

BigAl007 wrote in post #18711547 (external link)
Now what would be really cool would be to have an incident lightmeter built into the tshirt, and the exposure info adjust to match.

Also being a pedant, there are multiple errors with the shirt. The RAW should be where the L is, and the L where the RAW is printed. The exposure scale is also wrong, at least for Canon cameras, and I expect most others. The lowest exposure should be to the left, so that should have the - sign, with the + to the right. Also it's customary to have the exposure increase in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments, with more modern bodies than my 50D showing ±3 stops or even ±5 stops instead of the implied older ±2 stops.

I also think the various Maxwell's wave equation tshirts I have seen are quite apt for photographers. I've been doing some "art" screen printing onto tshirts, with commercially bought screens. I'm just getting into creating my own screens, So will have to have a go at doing both styles I guess. Maybe Maxwell on one side, and camera display on the other. I could even probably rig up a photosensor to drive some electroluminescent tape to make the exposure metering work correctly.

Alan

Dude, you're way over thinking this. ;-)a


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Sep 20, 2018 00:41 |  #5

A clever and fun shirt!


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Sep 20, 2018 15:48 |  #6

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^ ^ And your battery is dead! ; )


Damn! Oh, got it, Solar panel shoulder pads!:-P Sorry but I just can't stop this sort of thing just sort of popping into my brain when something I see triggers it. It's probably a bad time to be near a keyboard when it happens though, because it so often just manages to escape.

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Sep 20, 2018 15:53 |  #7

But you have to be able to explain it if you wear it, right?

I managed to find a shirt that was a simple aperture value scale of a 50mm 1.8, which I picked up along with the glass element construction of a 24-70mm. Fun stuff!




  
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Sep 20, 2018 15:59 |  #8

This shirt's on Amazon but the only review said it was a POS. Real thin material.

20 bucks.


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Sep 20, 2018 16:25 |  #9

BigAl007 wrote in post #18711547 (external link)
Now what would be really cool would be to have an incident lightmeter built into the tshirt, and the exposure info adjust to match.

Also being a pedant, there are multiple errors with the shirt. The RAW should be where the L is, and the L where the RAW is printed. The exposure scale is also wrong, at least for Canon cameras, and I expect most others. The lowest exposure should be to the left, so that should have the - sign, with the + to the right. Also it's customary to have the exposure increase in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments, with more modern bodies than my 50D showing ±3 stops or even ±5 stops instead of the implied older ±2 stops.

I also think the various Maxwell's wave equation tshirts I have seen are quite apt for photographers. I've been doing some "art" screen printing onto tshirts, with commercially bought screens. I'm just getting into creating my own screens, So will have to have a go at doing both styles I guess. Maybe Maxwell on one side, and camera display on the other. I could even probably rig up a photosensor to drive some electroluminescent tape to make the exposure metering work correctly.

Alan

It's based on Nikon, not Canon, dude :D


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Sep 21, 2018 10:33 |  #10

That is cool. I just got inspired. I should get a t-shirt with FoCal Off but only handful of people would get it. :-)


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