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Unofficial September Photo Challenge

Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Sun 03-Sep-06 04:05 AM

I wanted to start the next photo challege/assignment so here goes:

Motion: Capture the motion of an object, person, animal, plant, ect.
There are multiple ways to approach this. You can use fast shutter speeds to stop the action at the so called "decisive moment". You can use slower shutter speeds and move the camera for a panning effect where the background is blurred but the subject is not. Or you can use slower shutter speeds to create a different motion blur where the background is sharp but the subject is blurred. I am sure there are more way than the above but those are just a few to get people thinking. Have fun!

-Matt
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K1W1

Melbourne, AU
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#1. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

K1W1 Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Sun 03-Sep-06 07:44 AM

This is strange. I have just got back from an afternoon walk and I have some photos that qualify for this.

We live in a Tourist area. On weekend afternoons there is a procession of vehicles heading back down the mountain.

http://static.flickr.com/92/232516866_f9bbaf00c2_b.jpg

I have no idea about this one. I think it's what happens when you accidentally press the shutter when carrying a camera in one hand as you walk. What you see before you could be called "When road meets forest".

http://static.flickr.com/84/232516659_efa9658f15_b.jpg


Planefreek22

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#2. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 1

Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Sun 03-Sep-06 05:14 PM

The second one is really cool. I like the contrast between the road and the trees.

-Matt
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briantilley

Paignton, UK
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#3. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

briantilley Gold Member Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003
Sun 03-Sep-06 08:24 AM

Coincidentally (?), the official Nikonians September Assignment is on the subject of Motion~Action~Speed. Feel free to join in over there...

Brian
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Hollandm

US
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Hollandm Registered since 06th Feb 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

This is my grandson hitting a triple a couple of weeks ago. D50, 70-300MM G.

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kgendron12

Burlington, US
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#5. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 4

kgendron12 Registered since 18th Jan 2006
Sun 03-Sep-06 11:08 PM

Not the best of shots as I should have used a tripod to keep the stationary objects still, but it definately fits in the "action" part. This are two of my wifes cousins, when my kids get bigger I'll definately be trying this type of shot again. Lots of fun.
http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e234/handicap18/Family%20and%20Friends/Hennessy%20Side/DSC_2510.jpg

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e234/handicap18/Family%20and%20Friends/Hennessy%20Side/DSC_2531.jpg

Both were handheld at about 1/2 second f/3.5 and f/5 with rear curtain flash.
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Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Sun 03-Sep-06 11:45 PM

Here's one that I took last week while practicing my shooting before the season started.

http://www.photoshelter.com/img-show/I0000yJJ3vR4pvIk

Nikon D50
18-70mm DX
f/4.5 I think
1/500th sec
ISO 800?
SB-800


This is one from last year:
http://www.photoshelter.com/img-show/I0000HQVKj1iLfiQ

not great but I thought it looked kinda cool.
unknown tech data.

-Matt
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lumiwa

US
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#7. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 4

lumiwa Registered since 09th Aug 2006
Wed 06-Sep-06 11:31 PM

I have 5 new photos from Chicago made with Nikon D50, 18-55 lenses:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lumiwa/

Thanks in advance.

Mitja

Marktan

Plainfield, US
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#8. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

Marktan Registered since 12th Dec 2005
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Here's a series of three that will make sense when you look at them. This was a company meeting where each of the managers took a turn "under the gun" while our employees took aim. The baloons full of water were kept in a bucket of ice...VERY COLD!!! This is one of my fellow managers who was unfortunately subject to this abuse many more times than the rest of us.

D50 & Tamron 28-75 f/2.8 lens
36mm
1/250 Shutter Priority
f/7.1
ISO 200

Cropped in CS2 to get the back of someone's ugly head out of the foreground.

Mark
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tvguru

Keewatin, CA
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#9. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

tvguru Registered since 31st Jul 2006
Mon 04-Sep-06 02:40 PM

These were taken during Brisbane, Australia's Riverfire over the weekend.

F111 fuel dump and burn over the river. (2 F111's)
http://homepage.mac.com/justin.a.martin/Pictures/large-66.html

F111 in the background with single firework.
http://homepage.mac.com/justin.a.martin/Pictures/large-67.html

Final pass of the F111's after the fireworks
http://homepage.mac.com/justin.a.martin/Pictures/large-76.html

The page is a collection of shoots taken while in Australia for people back home to browse and is updated each time I feel there is a worthwhile picture. Feel free to have a look over them.

Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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#10. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 9

Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Mon 04-Sep-06 06:19 PM

that is REALLY cool looking. Aviation is my other passion and I have never seen anything like that. You should consider submitting those to airliners.net

-Matt
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tvguru

Keewatin, CA
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tvguru Registered since 31st Jul 2006
Tue 05-Sep-06 01:38 AM

Thanks for the encouragement. I've been tempted to submit there before, but haven't worked up the courage. Thanks to your boost they've now been submitted. Lets just hope they make the grade.

Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Tue 05-Sep-06 03:09 AM

they should be. I have tried, and failed. Mine wasn't as good though. It was a silhouetted USMC AH-1 Cobra attack heli silhouetted against a coastal sunset. Only problem was the cobra was tiny in the frame, but the sunset looked cool

-Matt
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James23p

Memphis, US
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#13. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 11

James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Thu 07-Sep-06 08:21 AM

Never worry about posting in the D50 forum we have started the picture post so people can get over the fear. Those were great! Jim

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Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Fri 08-Sep-06 03:58 AM

Oh I know that, my comments were mainly in reference to the somewhat insane selection process over at airliners.net

-Matt
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MotoMannequin

Livermore, CA, US
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MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Thu 07-Sep-06 04:19 AM

This is a little bit different approach than the sports/action. I took this while experimenting with my 50mm f/1.8D + Kenko extension tubes to see the close-up capability. I wasn't really planning on capturing the motion of the second hand but for this particular capture I liked the effect so I planned the lighting for a 1 second exposure:

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Planefreek22

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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Thu 07-Sep-06 05:06 AM

I would think that the second hand would blur but instead there are two distinct second hands. Almost as if you had used a repeating flash

-Matt
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James23p

Memphis, US
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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Wow another great job from the D50 group, love the watch and the splash picture. Well here's my daughter playing soccer. Great job D50 group!

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Cowtography

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#18. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 17

Cowtography Registered since 24th Mar 2006
Thu 07-Sep-06 02:15 PM

Here is one where his mother gets her revenge after a "water" fight...

http://cowtography.phanfare.com/album/100535/112624/5252158

MillerRS

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#19. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 18

MillerRS Registered since 06th May 2006
Sun 17-Sep-06 02:33 AM

Here is my shot...

http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/1595/dsc0210uf2.jpg

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MotoMannequin

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#20. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 16

MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Thu 07-Sep-06 03:09 PM

>I would think that the second hand would blur but instead
>there are two distinct second hands. Almost as if you had
>used a repeating flash

Yes I thought the same thing, but checking the watch the second hand doesn't move smoothly, it stays in one spot for nearly a second then very quickly jumps forward to the next, which gave me this effect.

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Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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#21. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 15

Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Fri 08-Sep-06 05:38 AM

I wonder if it would look cool if you did it for even longer, say 5 seconds? There would be 5 second hands, but would the minute hand start to blur?

-Matt
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ThomasD50

Jessheim, NO
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ThomasD50 Registered since 16th Apr 2006
Thu 07-Sep-06 07:39 PM

My brother`s MB 190E with a supercharged AMG E36 engine.
http://aroonie.com/dritt/benz.jpg

- Thomas
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MotoMannequin

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MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM


One from Labor Day weekend in Big Sur - Juvenile Red-Tail Hawk

This shot with (obviously) lots of available light using the 55-200mm kit lens. It goes to show this is a pretty nice little lens provided you're not shooting in a light-challenged setting.

D50
Nikkor 55-200DX @ 200mm
ISO 200
Aperture priority f/6.3
1/3200"

Great job everybody and keep doing the D50 proud!

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phillyguy

Philadelphia, US
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#24. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 23

phillyguy Registered since 03rd Nov 2005
Fri 08-Sep-06 02:45 PM

That's a great shot.

Jason
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MotoMannequin

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MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Fri 08-Sep-06 03:59 PM


Thanks Jason.

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nipprdog

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#26. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

nipprdog Registered since 29th Oct 2005
Fri 08-Sep-06 10:47 AM

Robert Hight won the Top Fuel Funny Car at the Indy Nationals over the weekend. here he is doing a burnout on Friday night.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/nippr/NHRA/DSC_9082vw.jpg

justmyhobby

Brisbane, AU
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#27. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

justmyhobby Registered since 29th Nov 2005
Fri 08-Sep-06 03:12 PM

Hi,

Here is my post for this contest.....read recently at one of the posts about orton technique.....tried it.....would like to know what you all think about it......

http://i106.photobucket.com/albums/m250/kushchadda/DSC_0001copy_resize.jpg

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Planefreek22

Del Mar, US
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Planefreek22 Registered since 27th Jan 2006
Sat 09-Sep-06 03:06 AM

someone seems to have just passed on of those 10,000th shot milestones. May your D50 continue to serve you well for 10k more

-Matt
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SimonShoot

UK
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#29. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 28

SimonShoot Registered since 10th Sep 2006
Mon 11-Sep-06 05:21 PM

Some great shots here. Here's one I took recently:

http://static.flickr.com/95/240712502_f1de26e99b_o.jpg

32mm (18-55mm kit lens), f8, 1/100, iso200.

Regards Simon

TxCarGuy

Dallas, US
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TxCarGuy Registered since 05th Mar 2006
Sat 09-Sep-06 03:34 PM

Here's my entry. This was taken at a Ranger game last month and the first time using my Sigma 70-300mm APO at a professional game. Just a little word of advice for anyone wanting to do this....bring a monopod. This was a night game and I shot handheld and killed 3 out of 4 pictures. It was a blast though. =)

Nikon D50, Sigma 70-300mm APO f4-5.6, 270mm, 1/100, f5.6, Shutter Priority, ISO 200(I know..should have been higher), slight curves adjustment in PS CS2
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greenwing

Yorkshire, UK
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#31. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006
Wed 13-Sep-06 08:56 PM

Here's a waterfall.

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K1W1

Melbourne, AU
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K1W1 Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Sat 16-Sep-06 03:41 AM

I'm not sure whether to call this one "280 kilometres per hour at 1/160 sec" or "Missed by that much" (in my best Don Adams voice)

http://www.parazz.com/hires/78596463185_6487.jpg

Either way it does have motion
(taken yesterday at the Australian MotoGP practice day)

Hed kandi

NL
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#33. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 32

Hed kandi Registered since 10th Aug 2006
Sat 16-Sep-06 06:11 AM

Picture captured during the HARC Races at Zandvoort (netherlands)

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senator Registered since 16th Sep 2006
Sat 16-Sep-06 11:35 AM

Hello everyone. This is my first post. The first pic is my buddy Tim doing an icepick stall in my new mini. Second is him doing a table. It's a little bit too dark but I like it.

http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k122/senator_sia/Tim-IcePik.jpg

http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k122/senator_sia/First-Mini-Pic.jpg


MasterDabber

Camberley, UK
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#35. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 34

MasterDabber Registered since 10th Dec 2005
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Don't know if this meets the criteria but hopefully some of the atmosphere is captured. It's the Members Banking at the old Brooklands motor racing circuit. The first purpose built circuit in the world but not used since the beginning of WWII when some of the track was removed to allow Wellington bombers (which were built there) to take off and when trees were implanted within the concrete track to try and camouflage it from air attack.
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K1W1

Melbourne, AU
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#36. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 35

K1W1 Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Sat 16-Sep-06 10:00 PM

>Don't know if this meets the criteria but hopefully some of
>the atmosphere is captured. It's the Members Banking at the
>old Brooklands motor racing circuit.

I like that one. It certainly evokes the impression of movement - all those tyre marks on the track surface and the atmosphere of the shot.

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MotoMannequin Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Registered since 11th Jan 2006
Sun 17-Sep-06 05:42 AM


Derek,

I like this one a lot. Everything's perfect, exoposure, color, sharpness, and composition. Definitely gives me the feel of carving that corner and looking for the apex...

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MasterDabber

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#38. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 37

MasterDabber Registered since 10th Dec 2005
Mon 18-Sep-06 02:09 PM

Thanks a lot K1W1 and Larry. Brooklands is a great place to visit both from a moto racing and aviation perspective. Some great cars and motorbikes plus things like one of the Concords and the Sultan of Omans's VC10 all tricked out. Also a Wellington bomber.
The part of the track in my shot is probably the most evocative of the remaining banking.
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Freezerburn

London, UK, UK
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#39. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 34

Freezerburn Registered since 15th Jun 2006
Sat 16-Sep-06 08:21 PM

Hi senator,

Welcome to Nikonians! That first shot is superb. Well done..

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phillyguy

Philadelphia, US
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#40. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 34

phillyguy Registered since 03rd Nov 2005
Mon 18-Sep-06 03:48 PM

I like the second one as well. The dark background really cleans it up and lets you focus on the rider.

Jason
Philadelphia Nikonian

ShawnC1032

Tampa Bay, US
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#41. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

ShawnC1032 Registered since 11th Feb 2002
Sat 16-Sep-06 07:13 PM

My entry, posted this in the Sports forums, but since it's a D50 pic it should work here.

http://lazyeights.net/cpg/displayimage.php?pos=-136
Sigma 70-200 2.8
Shutter Priority 1/500s 2.8 ISO 800

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timbradley

Coogee, AU
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#42. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 0

timbradley Registered since 28th May 2006
Mon 18-Sep-06 11:55 AM

OK - I have one for this...

http://www.tim-bradley.net/images/photo/demo/DSC_14571cp.JPG

Porsche Supercup
British Formula 1 GP 2006

Cheers!

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Guitarmaniac

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#43. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 42

Guitarmaniac Registered since 02nd Dec 2005
Mon 18-Sep-06 01:39 PM

Local Airshow F-15 Eagle
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Yorkshire, UK
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#44. "RE: Unofficial September Photo Challenge" | In response to Reply # 42

greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006
Mon 18-Sep-06 05:38 PM

That one has the WOW factor! Fantastic panning Tim. Is the starburst from post processing?

Chris


Carmay

Bellingham, US
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Carmay Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Dec 2005
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Orca breaching. I love the way the water is coming off her as she goes up into the air.

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timbradley

Coogee, AU
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timbradley Registered since 28th May 2006
Wed 20-Sep-06 06:29 AM

No - the starburst was just lucky timing/angle of the sun.

It's also about the only photo I took in 3 days that is really worthy of keeping...that's the problem with taking panning shots I guess - so easy to mess it up!

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hg43

AQ
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hg43 Registered since 04th Jul 2006
Tue 19-Sep-06 07:59 PM

Busker juggling flaming torches:

http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n97/hg_anon97/DSC_0603.jpg

greenwing

Yorkshire, UK
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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006
Wed 20-Sep-06 05:50 PM

This guy was just getting going as I walked past with the dogs. Only had chance for a couple of shots, this is the best one.

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zebra

AU
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zebra Registered since 19th Sep 2006
Thu 21-Sep-06 01:08 AM

Some great shots you've taken guys, always interesting to see what others are up to.

Here is my input: http://www.flickr.com/photos/94265610@N00/sets/72157594293186217/

hg43

AQ
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hg43 Registered since 04th Jul 2006
Thu 21-Sep-06 04:28 PM

Here's another one from the Buskers...

http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n97/hg_anon97/DSC_0584.jpg

teb1013

Easton, US
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teb1013 Registered since 24th May 2006
Sat 23-Sep-06 05:07 PM

This is a photo of a Balalika Band in St. Petersburg Russia, taken with my D-50 with the 18-55 "kit" lens hand held, I think the blur catches the motion of these players and singers well.

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teb1013

Easton, US
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Hampus

SE
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Hampus Registered since 17th Sep 2006
Wed 27-Sep-06 04:14 PM

I proved it!! The world really IS turning!!

http://www.fotosidan.se/obj/photo/d/d1ac2cb26ed8cfa31a8ce623ada2a3a9.jpg

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b_sakaki

Salt Lake City, US
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b_sakaki Registered since 28th Sep 2006
Thu 28-Sep-06 06:30 AM

Here is one of a pigeon taking off. It's lame, i know. Pretty good for a 70-300mm.
http://picasaweb.google.com/bobbysakaki/BestOf/photo#4979707481020497938

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Lightworker Registered since 02nd Oct 2006
Mon 02-Oct-06 11:06 PM

Ahh I'm a few days late because I just registered, but here's mine:

http://www.exfusionx.com/media/Picture-4702.jpg

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