Carnival at night for c and c

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  1. MHRISH

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    These were a few shots from the Elvis Festival carnival last weekend. I was experimenting with motion blur of the lights on the rides. Please tell me what you think of them and how I could have made them better.

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    This one was taken in daytime of the rounded mirrors in the center of the carousal. I thought it was a kind of cool abstract.

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    I like the pictures.
     
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    I love the first two. In the second shot I see a face in the ride. Or maybe it's time to up my meds again, I don't know...
     
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    in 3, I think there's too little going on for motion blur to look good. two cars are moving, but everything else is still. did you use motion blur on 4? it looks like you did, but it's hard to tell. would have been better if it was completely in focus. cool concept though :thumbup:
     
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    I like how you captured the first two images, it imparts speed and clarity.

    The bumper-cars do not cut it.
     

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