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04-08-2015, 10:06 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rimfiredude Quote
Out of the ordinary image. Absolutely fantastic. OF DID YOU FOOL ME AND USE AN APP TO ACHIEVE THIS UNUSUAL PHOTO?
Not an App... Picture is a crop of about 1/4th of the full frame, then with the help of Corel Photo Paint, I masked out the locomotive and kids; applied a 20 pixel feathering to the middle of the mask zone. Finally applied a 40 pixel motion blur effect to the "outside" of the mask. Blur motion was oriented 30° from virtual horizontal (0°), following coaster's downward direction.

Whole operation took less than 5 minutes from pick-crop-mask-feather-apply blur-resize-upload...

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QuoteOriginally posted by rburgoss Quote
Not an App... Picture is a crop of about 1/4th of the full frame, then with the help of Corel Photo Paint, I masked out the locomotive and kids; applied a 20 pixel feathering to the middle of the mask zone. Finally applied a 40 pixel motion blur effect to the "outside" of the mask. Blur motion was oriented 30° from virtual horizontal (0°), following coaster's downward direction.

Whole operation took less than 5 minutes from pick-crop-mask-feather-apply blur-resize-upload...
Surely is a nice effect.
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I especially like your first one, with your grandchildren.
Me too! Looks like a good job of panning to keep the subject in focus and blur the rest.
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Taken with a Panasonic DMC-FH20 off the side of the road in route to the White Mountains. I am sure it could be made better with some software but this was taken before I even knew what ISO was years ago so I enjoy it for what it is, luck.



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Let's throw in my third entry...

Same camera, day and technique as the one of my grandchildren riding the train roller coaster... Hope you like it!.
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QuoteOriginally posted by SininStyle Quote
Taken with a Panasonic DMC-FH20 off the side of the road in route to the White Mountains. I am sure it could be made better with some software but this was taken before I even knew what ISO was years ago so I enjoy it for what it is, luck.
Looks just fine to me.

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Let's throw in my third entry...

Same camera, day and technique as the one of my grandchildren riding the train roller coaster... Hope you like it!.
Great expression.
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QuoteOriginally posted by SininStyle Quote
Taken with a Panasonic DMC-FH20 off the side of the road in route to the White Mountains. I am sure it could be made better with some software but this was taken before I even knew what ISO was years ago so I enjoy it for what it is, luck.
A great (and welcome ) look into summer!

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Let's throw in my third entry...

Same camera, day and technique as the one of my grandchildren riding the train roller coaster... Hope you like it!.
Her expression is priceless!
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Here's an old one - one of my favorite's of my grandson. He was watching for fish.
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Adorable!
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I took this some years ago with a Canon Powershot G9, a camera I still own and use occasionally when I'm feeling a little nostalgic.


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Great composition with the reflection, Zack.

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My entries. With Panasonic FX500 from a recent visit to Ghent.








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Very nice!
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Thanks, Tina! Appreciated!
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Thank you! Great shots, I especially like the boat photo


This was from a friend's wedding not too long ago

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