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12/13/2002 04:31:34 PM · #1
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How'd They Do That
'Swish!' by alansfreed

View this tutorial here.
12/13/2002 07:37:32 PM · #2
Thanks Alan, again. I think you inspired several photos since your Swish entry.
12/13/2002 07:39:31 PM · #3
I always loved that shot.
Thanks, well done.
12/14/2002 01:56:58 PM · #4
Brilliant idea and well thought out. The reverse technique produced a terrific result. Thanks for sharing your expertise.

Vin
12/15/2002 07:06:03 PM · #5
excellent tutorial... i actually tried some things with the 'pull' method after i saw this shot :)
12/28/2002 06:49:17 AM · #6
I've been trying something similar to this for the travel challenge but I can't seem to make it work. How do you get it so that the object doesnt become transparent when you move it up? In all my shots you can see through it.
12/28/2002 07:21:39 AM · #7
A black/dark background helps the object appear solid.
12/28/2002 09:08:39 AM · #8
ah okay, thank you
02/18/2004 12:11:43 PM · #9
Great photo. Proves to me you don't have to spend big bucks to get the shotif you are inovative and have patience. I might have to try this with a racketball.

Don Long
Pagosa Springs CO
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