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Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: Whitminster, Gloucestershire, UK
Date: Oct 9, 2005
Date Uploaded: Oct 9, 2005

Viewed: 399
Comments: 5
Favorites: 5 (view)

My first attempt at spinning the camera, taking inspiration from nshapiro

As I was standing on a canal towpath I received some funny looks from passers by. The sight of me flicking my wrist whilst holding a camera pointing upwards must have amused a few of them.

I was concerned when a white paramedics van stopped and some guys in white coats got out. Until I realised they were visiting a house at the side of the canal.
(They left a few minutes later and everything seemed OK)

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10/24/2005 01:57:28 PM
Whoa! Awesome effect. Good crop/composition and wonderful colors.
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10/12/2005 09:30:50 PM
Beautiful! :)
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10/12/2005 09:45:10 AM
Excellent. I like experimenting with these types of shots as well.
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10/12/2005 09:20:05 AM
whoa, I got dizzy just looking at it, it seems to spin on it's own. Very cool image though, I like it.
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10/12/2005 09:19:52 AM
Wow, excellent results too! Good colors and contol, and a nice, stable tree shadow to anchor the DPC viewer.
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