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Challenge: Free Study 2017-07 (Standard Editing)
Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II
Lens: Olympus 17mm f/1.8 M.Zuiko
Location: Bangkok
Date: Jul 16, 2017
Aperture: 11.0
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/40
Date Uploaded: Jul 28, 2017

I can look at future with anticipation!
Bangkok street seen, pimped up tuk tuk and eyes full of anticipation.

a try to click street portrait with panning effect.

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10/01/2017 09:01:48 PM
Originally posted by snaffles:

Greetings from the Critique Club! A very nicely seen and caught shot of someone who truly pimps his ride :-) Love the b/w and the pan makes the shot - the rest of the tuktuk is slightly blurry but his face, the important part, is in focus and he does look like he is trying to catch your eye. Now as to why the low placing...the composition is okay but very safe....there are some bleachy areas of white ie the roof of the vehicle...and some people will simply not care for the panning effect. (Same goes for lots of zoomblur effects, anytime the shutter is open longer than usual and the camera is being moved). This candid moment also has a bit of a snapshot feel to it. FS is very difficult to do well in because you can enter pictures of anything, and this pic simply failed to catch the votes.

Hope this critique has been of help, feel free to PM me

Susan


Thank you Susan, your feedback is much appreciated.
08/09/2017 09:22:53 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club! A very nicely seen and caught shot of someone who truly pimps his ride :-) Love the b/w and the pan makes the shot - the rest of the tuktuk is slightly blurry but his face, the important part, is in focus and he does look like he is trying to catch your eye. Now as to why the low placing...the composition is okay but very safe....there are some bleachy areas of white ie the roof of the vehicle...and some people will simply not care for the panning effect. (Same goes for lots of zoomblur effects, anytime the shutter is open longer than usual and the camera is being moved). This candid moment also has a bit of a snapshot feel to it. FS is very difficult to do well in because you can enter pictures of anything, and this pic simply failed to catch the votes.

Hope this critique has been of help, feel free to PM me

Susan
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08/01/2017 04:14:08 AM
good panning raises it from just a holiday snap 6
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