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09-23-2010, 08:07 PM   #1
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I don't know your goal here...but I do like the shot! It is a good portrayal of what it is like in a Food Court.
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This would have been an excellent shot if just the subjects were sharp whilst the background people remained blurred.
As it is, the motion blur in the subjects makes it difficult to appreciate the scene as much, but I do like the idea of the capture.
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thanks for your comments.
I did intend to capture the subjects as still as I could but at the time I was limited by f/4 and it was indoors. come to think about it now, I could have boost up the ISO and the extra grain could have made a nice effect.

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Love it as is, Pablo. Moving subjects just adds to the hustle of the environment.
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Love it as is, Pablo. Moving subjects just adds to the hustle of the environment.
thank you for your nice comment
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You have a K-x!
You could go to ISO 3200 and still have reasonably acceptable noise control!
That would have stopped action just enough to get the intended effect with a shutter speed of about 1/40sec at f/4 or 1/20sec at f/5.6 and limited camera shake considerably.
I reckon that's a great shot to try again if you get the chance.
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You have a K-x!
You could go to ISO 3200 and still have reasonably acceptable noise control!
That would have stopped action just enough to get the intended effect with a shutter speed of about 1/40sec at f/4 or 1/20sec at f/5.6 and limited camera shake considerably.
I reckon that's a great shot to try again if you get the chance.
That's just what I was thinking, the problem is I should have made that decision in the field rather than woder about it afterwards.
I guess that's part of the learning curve.

Thanks for your comment Ash.

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