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Challenge: Action Shot (Advanced Editing I*)
Camera: Olympus E-20
Location: Fontana, CA
Date: Jan 4, 2004
Aperture: 10
ISO: 80
Shutter: 20
Galleries: Abstract, Sports
Date Uploaded: Jan 4, 2004

Lot's of work to set this shot up, and edit it. Was really trying to give an impression of the ball launching, but still having items in fairly clear focus.

Statistics
Place: 22 out of 97
Avg (all users): 6.1132
Avg (commenters): 6.6923
Avg (participants): 5.8710
Avg (non-participants): 6.2680
Views since voting: 1291
Votes: 159
Comments: 15
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/11/2004 10:47:42 PM
this must have been very ahrd to do. Look forward to reading how it was done. 8
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01/11/2004 02:33:01 PM
nice action shot... not so sure about the floating tee
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01/08/2004 06:02:27 AM
Well executed, although the resulting image is a little dull. And is that tee stuck into midair?
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01/07/2004 02:29:36 PM
Nice use of blur to create the effect of motion. I'm guessing that all elements are resting on the ground, with the camera directly above.
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01/07/2004 12:44:25 PM
Excellent shot, great portrayal of Action. I think the only thing to improve this would be to make it a little more realistic - at least don't show the point of the tee. Cutting the tee off at the bottom would make it look like at least it could be set up somewhere. Still, a 10 from me.
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01/07/2004 10:18:17 AM
Wow, wow... it´s one of the best picture of this week. I love the effect of movement. Furthermore, the colours are very beatiful. One of my favs. 10
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01/06/2004 05:16:53 PM
Cool - and the colours are zingy - has a surreal abstract feel to it.
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01/06/2004 04:58:36 PM
This idea is now recurring every challenge and it is loosing its appeal to me. I can see yours is slightly different, with suggested movement of both the club and the ball and the yellow piece suspended, so good job, but still....too often.
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01/05/2004 11:01:24 PM
How did you get the pure blue background?
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01/05/2004 07:56:15 PM
verrry cool
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01/05/2004 02:09:48 PM
What's holding the tee up?
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01/05/2004 08:21:05 AM
Good try at a difficult shot. I like the backround color. It sets off the subject well. There is an oversaturated white spot on the ball which I realize is difficult to avoid due to the exposure time. I wish the club was a little sharper at the point of impact. Interesting idea to show the entire T as opposed to having it sticking in the ground.
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01/05/2004 08:19:57 AM
OK, how's the gold tee being held up???

Good shot, good take on the challenge.
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01/05/2004 06:09:25 AM
tee peg looks odd as if floating. Apart from that great shot. TaylorMade bubble again I see ;)
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01/05/2004 12:31:33 AM
This is very good. Has me studying it. Nicely executed. The golf ball is a bit burned in one spot, losing detail.
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