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1/6th of a second
1/6th of a second

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Challenge: Time (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S200
Location: Miami Beach
Date: Mar 23, 2003
Aperture: F2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/6
Galleries: Sports, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Mar 23, 2003

Guga at warmup for the nasdeq open. Shutter was 1/6th second, low light, and no flash.

Place: 94 out of 209
Avg (all users): 5.0503
Avg (commenters): 6.3000
Avg (participants): 4.9386
Avg (non-participants): 5.2000
Views since voting: 975
Votes: 199
Comments: 11
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03/31/2003 01:51:40 AM
Great Capture, could use some technical fine tuning and maybe a tripod.
Overall nice job
 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/30/2003 02:15:41 AM
There's a lot going on, but to me the most amazing thing is how much the trajectory of the ball seems to change in mid-flight.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
03/28/2003 12:36:48 AM
nice idea, the movement looks really cool.
03/27/2003 02:53:43 PM
I hope this gains the credit I feel it deserves. Artistic use of a blur, but clearly shows the value of a fragment of a second. good luck - 9
03/27/2003 05:07:10 AM
Goode concept, was this hand held as the court lines seem to move. The subject is too small oin the frame
  Photographer found comment helpful.
03/26/2003 01:53:15 PM
nice image i like the idea you used
03/25/2003 01:37:16 PM
I gave this one high marks. I love the blur, which really shows this image in "time."
03/24/2003 10:49:25 PM
Nice shot and Title. :) It really captures a tiny piece of time.
03/24/2003 03:09:33 PM
excellent shot... I would love this even more if the subject was further into the right side of the frame... maybe a different crop here would make it stronger... great work :) = 9 - setzler
  Photographer found comment helpful.
03/24/2003 12:26:40 PM
It works
03/24/2003 07:47:29 AM
Motion capture is good. Not really sure about time

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