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08-09-2012, 09:18 PM   #3526
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@Rondec - awesome capture!

@fs999 - Frederic, well, as usual, really don't even need to say it but just plain masterful!!!

08-12-2012, 07:52 AM   #3527
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Pentax F50/1.7 @ 1.7


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Thank you Joe.Penn !

Nice shot Sinister !
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My second try at hummers..

08-12-2012, 03:54 PM   #3530
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Wow, those are great =) I can't seem to catch them on plants only at the feeder. Their to shy here...
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What lens are you using for your hummers, dane.dawg?
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Thank you for the comments.. I was in my wifes garden for 4 hours getting a total of 200 pics. Sigma 150-500mm on tripod and da* 300mm on my side handheld.cheers Travis.
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Wonderful shots ! I saw the same flowers in Alsace two weeks ago

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I really like the first photo, Frederic.

A couple of barns.



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Some bonny shots again. Long exposure from Balnakiel in the far north of Scotland. I lost my watch earlier on the beach so had to guess the time whiler being chased by hordes of hungry midges.

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Similar to one I posted a while back, but this time with a twist. I've been wanting to try this for a while, and finally had the chance recently!




And another one using the same idea


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Nice idea, the second one looks smooth. I'm curious about the first one. Was there something dead ahead in the daytime shot you wanted removed? The day night transition seams to jump hard right in the foreground. I like it though, a common movie time advance effect hooked up in a still


After thought: I wonder what it would look like if you gave scenes a sense of motion. Slow shutter or maybe mulitple exposers... Hopefully it's ok to respond like this in this thread.
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The first one was a slightly more rushed setup- tripod shot early in the day, marked where the tripod was and went back later to get the night shot. There wasn't anything in the foreground to remove, but the bit just above is blended at a slightly different spot to get the 'daytime' walkers in, so that might make the foreground blend look more harsh I guess. Ideally I needed a few more shots to make the blend a bit smoother overall. Maybe I'll edit it (having spotted something else I need to edit out anyway)

The second was done with various shots over two hours, tripod remaining in place the whole time.

I really like the idea of using a bit more movement, or possibly blending day and night scenes where daytime pedestrians are completely different to night time pedestrians - would make for an interesting contrast!

Thanks for feedback
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Toothpick - great idea!


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Thank you Rondec !
Nice shot Mark and Sinister !
Good idea Toothpick !

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