Flyin' Moose

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  1. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Caught this one eeeeeaaaarly last saturday mornin from my car window at a nearby Nat'l park.
    We were both movin pretty fast. :)
    The fast motion, slow shutter and high ISO has created a film-like grain pattern which I really like in this shot.
    Maybe not too noticeable in this smaller version.

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    EOS20D
    17-40L @ 40mm
    ISO800
    f5.6
    1/6 sec.
     
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    My favorite style: surreal done as abstract with a touch of something normal-looking thrown in. I think what helps is the placement of the somewhat well-defined vertical edges in the streak pattern. The leftmost "edge" makes the streaks stand out, almost like a physical wall.
     
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  3. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Hey rylos thanks for yer excellent comment :thumbup: :D
     
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    love the pattern you got with the movement... real neat! :D
    thanks for sharing :D
     
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    I wasn't sure about this shot at first, but it really caught my attention and the longer I look at it, the more I love it. Nice shot. I like that you included the camera settings/equipment. This forum is a hotbed for ideas and learning how to capture such wonderful images as this. Thanks for sharing...
     
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    Thank you mansi for lookin in :wink:

    JTHphoto...anytime. I really love doing this kind of photog. not everyone's cup o tea so thanks for the nice comment. :D
     
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    Dam JonK ,

    I just love your zooming abilities man. Looks like a picture you would see in a cave drawn by the American Indians. Very creative shot. Nice dude !
     
  8. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Hehe ...guess what Mako - No zoomin on this one. :mrgreen:

    I was drivin about 60kmh an shootin out the passenger window(not recommended on busy streets BTW :lmao: ). The slow shutter speed (1/6 sec.) caused the funky blur.
     
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    LOL ! Ok , well I love your funky abilities. :cheers:
     
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    interesting try~~~
     
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    crazy cool shot man!, would love to catch a chance to photograph a moose! and this chance for you turned out so different! Just lucky eh?
     

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