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Challenge: Motion Blur (Advanced Editing I)
Collection: Animals
Camera: Olympus E-20P
Location: Worthington Valley Golf Course
Date: Mar 25, 2004
Galleries: Nature, Action
Date Uploaded: Mar 25, 2004

Chased the geese around the golf course early in the morning before anybody else was around. My wife said she wished she had a picture of me chasing the geese. It would have made a more interesting "Motion" picture!

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Place: 24 out of 117
Avg (all users): 5.8919
Avg (commenters): 6.7778
Avg (participants): 5.7037
Avg (non-participants): 6.0385
Views since voting: 1054
Votes: 185
Comments: 12
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04/04/2004 11:55:45 AM
Splendid ...
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04/02/2004 10:30:38 PM
6
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04/02/2004 06:13:33 PM
nice panning-but could have been better- good job for a fast object
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03/30/2004 07:15:28 PM
Amazing job panning! You get dizzy just looking at this photo! Great job!
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03/30/2004 02:30:01 PM
Very nice job panning!
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03/30/2004 07:27:07 AM
Brilliant capture. Very difficult to get right but you have managed very well indeed to grab and portray the flight of the bird. (was it coming in to land, did you not get the splashdown?)
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03/30/2004 12:38:48 AM
Cool capture on this one. This might benefit from being just a little less centered in the frame.
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03/29/2004 12:00:02 PM
Nice goose. Motion right on.
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03/29/2004 09:34:42 AM
Wow, great panning of a difficult to capture subject. However, a few things could improve your shot. If you have to centre any part of an animal, centre the eyes. This is the focus. With a shot like this though, have the bird at the edge of the frame flying into plenty of negative space. I would flip the picture horizontally so he is flying from left to right. And I would select the background, and adjust the colours/levels so that the subject is seperated from the background more.
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03/29/2004 09:03:37 AM
Excellent pannig job.. I know how difficult this shot can be. I have tried quite a few myself with only a few decent results. I think the only area for improvement would be moving the subject off dead center in the composition. The noise level is also a bit high for a color image, IMO. = 6
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03/29/2004 04:13:16 AM
another wonderful stab at motion blur....
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03/29/2004 12:07:50 AM
lOVE IT!
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