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Thread: Assignment 15: Motion Blur -- Congratulations Sean Setters

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    Great images so far!


    Here's mine, an early one from my archive. The motion is from zooming the lens during exposure.




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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    Here is mine


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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    Great shot! The scale in this photo is deceptive.....until I saw the seabirds I thought the rocks were much larger!


    A lot of elements to this to kepp my eyes entertained.


    Love it!

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    JJ Photo. Very Nice

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    Great Shoot, Doggiedoc

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    thanks DLS and Choi for your nice words, really appreciate it!


    some more information about this picture:


    taken in Laguna Beach, California, about 30

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    Throwing a snow-blur. T1i + 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/5.0, 1s, ISO 400.


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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur



    I am so glad I don't have to judge this one!!! There are some really fantastic shots here! [Y]

    Denise

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    Re: Assignment 15: Motion Blur

    This is my first post, but I've been a regular visitor to this site for a while and have learned a lot from everyone here.I think the assignments are a great idea and the current assignment has tempted me to join the community and share this picture of a lioness in the Masai Mara, Kenya, taken last September. I wanted to see how slow I could go with the shutter and still keep her eye sharp.


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