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  1. Orrza

    Orrza TPF Noob!

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    Hi.
    I am new here and I wanted to share a couple of pics.
    HDR
    made with JOBY gorila SLRzoom tripod.


    Ohhh....
    I cant upload a picture that will show! $%#@%@#%
    O.k.
    I guess a link will work too...
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    Sorry...
    Orrza.
     
  2. Antarctican

    Antarctican TPF Noob!

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    Hello Orrza, and welcome to TPF.

    Nice pics! (if you type [​IMG] after the url, the pic will appear. In the alternative, copy the url, then click on the yellow icon with what appears like a mountain at the top of a 'post reply' box, then paste the URL in the popup box that appears, hit 'ok', and the pic will appear)
     
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    I can't help but feel the focus is wrong in that first shot. To me it feels like the bus is in a very speedy reverse ;-). Next time focus on the front end and, with the technique you used here, you should get some pretty good results.
     
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    I have to agree with TrickyRic on #1, the PP/HDR on #2 is nice.
     
  5. Orrza

    Orrza TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the comments guys.

    The thing is, if you take a picture of a moving car, you will notice that the front will seem to be moving "faster" - all relatively to the camera.
    I could not use panning for this since I did a HDR out of three different exposures and could not move an inch.

    I really like the movement captured in the picture though. :blushing:

    Thanks again!
    Orr.
     
  6. Orrza

    Orrza TPF Noob!

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    I really tried everything.....
    Maybe it's the hosting site...?
     

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