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Times Square Fashion
Times Square Fashion
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Challenge: Camera Movement (Basic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Tokina AF 12-24mm f/4.0 AT-X Pro DX
Location: Times Square
Date: Oct 25, 2009
Aperture: f4
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/15
Galleries: Fashion, Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Oct 27, 2009

This was shot with one Q flash off camera right. Hand holding and spinning the camera. I liked the crop off center, it was orginally centered to keep her in focus as much as possible. Didn't even know about the challenge and didn't expect to do great but I really like it.

Statistics
Place: 5 out of 104
Avg (all users): 6.6063
Avg (commenters): 7.4000
Avg (participants): 6.4909
Avg (non-participants): 6.6446
Views since voting: 3119
Views during voting: 429
Votes: 221
Comments: 17
Favorites: 7 (view)


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11/04/2009 11:42:18 AM
I gave this a 10 .. deserved a higher finish but 5th is great! Congrats.
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11/04/2009 08:05:08 AM
Congrats on your submission. This is an excellent submission. Keep up the awesome work.
Dale
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11/04/2009 03:02:57 AM
congrats my friend,great pic
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11/04/2009 01:06:23 AM
Wasn't too sure about this at first to be honest. But there's an interesting effect here, no doubt about that. Congrats on 5th!
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11/04/2009 12:49:24 AM
Well done for a hand spin!
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11/04/2009 12:16:59 AM
I don't know how the heck this didn't ribbon!!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/03/2009 11:57:41 PM
Great use of second curtain technique.
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11/03/2009 09:56:34 AM
Very 70's, great method. Tripod rotate?
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10/31/2009 09:19:20 AM
Brilliant way to meet the challenge.
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10/29/2009 11:20:37 PM
I could see this in a mag, well done
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10/29/2009 05:01:54 PM
Beautiful Subject, The colors and contrast are great.
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10/28/2009 11:12:06 PM
Your choice in crop works well for this photo
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10/28/2009 03:29:13 PM
sweetness!
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10/28/2009 08:35:32 AM
Nice. I am looking forward to reading how you did this. I am guessing you moved the camera then had her enter the frame while holding the camera steady long enough to get good exposure, or perhaps got the good exposure on her then had her leave frame and move camera? Or hit her with a flash at some stage during the exposure. either way it is a nice effect and from what I have seen so far, I would expect to see this finish on the front page or very close.
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10/28/2009 06:52:49 AM
Doing that twist technique unscrewed an element in my Canon 24-70 over time and the focus really got soft. I just had Canon recalibrate and tighten up a loose element in that lens ($123 plus shipping) and it is as sharp as ever again. But it is a good City Streets technique - though a bit haphazard in getting a good result. I like this one.
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10/28/2009 04:25:48 AM
Great idea and technics.
I didn't think about using a flash and camera rotation.
Well done dude !
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10/28/2009 01:44:05 AM
great example of the genre!
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