Debut :D

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Lu Tze, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. Lu Tze

    Lu Tze TPF Noob!

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    Hi all...I'm your newest newbie, so to say, and will debut here with a photo of the "Three sisters" - the oddly shaped rock in the Blue mountains two hours drive from Sydney...all comments are welcome, of course :mrgreen:

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    That's the most gorgeoud red X I have ever seen :) Sorry, I can't see the picture.
     
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    StvShoop TPF Noob!

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    i see it, it's very blurry :?

    you've got steven wright in your sig, you'll fit in fine here :lol:
    welcome!
     
  4. Lu Tze

    Lu Tze TPF Noob!

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    Thanks! :D

    urgh...sorry, still haven't found the "perfect place" where I can link the photos straight to the forum, so I have to post links... :irked: got it set up for now, though...sorry but the that truly exciting red X is no longer there... :lol:

    it is supposed to be blurry - did a 2 sec exposition and zoomed continuously while the blenda was open... :mrgreen:
     
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    Yes, I know the technique used and it is a fine example. Not sure if the subject was appropriate for it though.
     
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    i think in this case the blur is a bit too prominant and the subject is lost. The image is also quite dark. Having never done a shot like that i can only guess that a longer pause on the initial frame and a quicker zoom might have helped but someone please correct me if you think i'm talking out of my hay-nuss :D
     
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    You said what I was trying to say. Maybe the subject would have been appropriate with your process.
     
  8. Lu Tze

    Lu Tze TPF Noob!

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    i think you are right - i feel kinda dizzy looking at the picture myself because the rock has totally lost its solidity... :lol: :shock: will try a more appropriate subject next time...

    thanks for the advice, will try the photobucket right away! :arrow:
     
  9. Lu Tze

    Lu Tze TPF Noob!

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    finally got an account...thanks for the photobucket advice!! :cheers:
     

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