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Heavy and in a Hurry
Heavy and in a Hurry
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Challenge: Motion Panning II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
Location: Mexico City
Date: Jan 16, 2007
Aperture: f/6.7
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/10
Galleries: Urban, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Jan 16, 2007

It might look a bit uneven but thats how the truck was actually running!

Slightly cropped, increased contrast and corrected exposure. Added color saturation. All done in Rawshooter only.

Statistics
Place: 102 out of 131
Avg (all users): 4.6289
Avg (commenters): 4.6364
Avg (participants): 4.2963
Avg (non-participants): 4.6970
Views since voting: 684
Views during voting: 457
Votes: 318
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/23/2007 03:58:57 PM
coveys great drama, well done
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01/23/2007 03:54:51 PM
awesome looking shot.
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01/22/2007 08:29:48 PM
Too much motion... hurts the eyes.
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01/22/2007 01:04:33 AM
You very nearly pulled this off! Looks like it just needed one small part of the towie truck to be sharp
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01/20/2007 11:49:18 PM
odd, ominous picture. 7
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01/20/2007 09:59:45 PM
great idea, but comes off looking more like an accident than a well-planned shot.
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01/20/2007 07:41:50 PM
subject should not be blurry 3
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01/19/2007 09:04:06 PM
too blurred
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01/19/2007 08:05:36 PM
interesting and busy shot ..... love the colours and movement ...
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01/18/2007 09:34:46 AM
Tough angle for motion panning/tracking subject. While some stop motion was achieved, the subject still appears too blurred and the result is an image that looks more like it suffers from camera shake combined with slow shutter, instead of an intended effect.
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01/18/2007 07:36:57 AM
this looks like a tracking shot, rather than a pan
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01/18/2007 12:05:24 AM
IMO this isn't motion panning, it's just a blurry photo. A good motion panning shot will have the subject in focus and the background blurred to enhance the subject. Good effort however. 5
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01/17/2007 02:23:09 PM
Intresting twist to capture motion of a heavy object coming towards you. The bus behind the truck lends it extra weight, and the focus on the right headlight gives the impression of it looking right at you. I like the tones just dark enough to make the yellow toplights pop, and the play of colors from green, blue red and purple. Texture also comes across as a play of fuzzy concrete and shiny metal. The zooming background has dynamism with the curving siderails. Great pic!
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01/17/2007 01:07:41 AM
Not so much a pan (which would be either following the subject up/down left/right). The subject is simply approaching the camera to create the motion blur. Nice effect otherwise however
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