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Walk in the Park
6 shots taken over about 3 min and combined, I am trying to show two sets of walkers and one dog crossing the frame from opposite directions, and frozen at different points of the journey but still keeping the feeling of movement, each shot is 0.3 sec at f22 ISO 100 with a polarizing filter.
File information
Filename:Walk-in-the-Park.jpg
Album name:SteveT / Long Exposure
Camera:Canon 400d
Lens:Sigma 18-50 2:8 EX
Aperture:22
Shutter Speed:0.30
Editing Performed:RAW image started with 22 shots and selected the best 6 and produced one image with 6 layers in Photoshop, used a vector mask on each layer to merge the subjects. Levels the curve
ISO:100
File Size:138 KB
Date added:Jan 23, 2009
Dimensions:900 x 569 pixels
Displayed:187 times
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George  [May 04, 2009 at 05:06 PM]
Now Steve I can well appreciate the thinking and editing that has gone into the making of this shot, but I'm afraid for me it falls a the last hurdle. I certainly does fit with the title to a degree (more later) and certainly could be a single long exposure shot, but unfortunately there are too many one legged men for me, three in fact and one in the distance with none at all and seems suspended in space. A great idea that just hasn't materialised IMHO, sorry
Barrie  [May 10, 2009 at 04:08 PM]
I do agree with George, up to a point, that is the point when I don't agree with him I do feel the same, that maybe it hasn't worked as well as you perhaps hoped. However, I do feel that you have made an effort to produce something different, which is good. You have stepped away from your first thoughts, perhaps, and taken the trouble to look for something out of the ordinary and that is the point of these assignments, to make you think. Well done.