ferris wheel.

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  1. Caleb W.

    Caleb W. TPF Noob!

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    Some long exposures I did at the fair. C/C welcome. Nikon D60, 18-55mm, Shutter mode, 1. 20 seconds. 2. 4 seconds.

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  2. johngpt

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    Very interesting. I like the way you filled the frame. I like the angle you've chosen.
     
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    Thanks John! I choose that angle because that was the only spot I could get to that didn't have anything in the way and I wanted a clear shot of the ferris wheel.
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    IMO, 20 seconds is too much and 4 seconds is not enough.

    Nice try..
     
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    I like the 20 seconds. Gives the impression of a ferris wheel turned centrifuge.

    Like said above, nice angle and colors.
     
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    Both are neat, but I like the shorter exposure one better. Needs brightening I think, btw. Cool image.

    Now watch as 20 more people alternate on which they like better. :lol:
     
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    great capture of a ferris wheel..... of DOOOM
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Whoooooiiii! You can get your clothes dried with the speed the first photo is suggesting, and you will get a stammer or the hick-ups with the second. Both quite enjoyable, each in their own way. A perfect subject to "play around" with shutter speeds. I like the experiment!
     
  9. Caleb W.

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    Thanks for the comments everyone :mrgreen:.
     
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    Awsome...love that 2nd one:thumbup:
     
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    see, I like the longer exposure better. Just goes to show that everyone likes something different.
     
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    i love the abstract feel of the first one while still being able to relate to it. it also gives the hustle and bustle of a state fair feel.
     

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