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  1. er111a

    er111a TPF Noob!

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    I know some of yall wont like it but maybe some of you will :)
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    o hey tyler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I actually really do like this. This may be the best photo you've posted. The only thing I can find slightly distracting in the background is the blue sign 3/4 of the way up the pole on the right. Other than that, it's a neat effect. Was this done in camera or with post processing?
     
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    It's not a bad photo... the effect is interesting... but your processing is giving the effect of a burst of light... But the viewer can't really tell where it's coming from. It just looks like it's materializing from the ground somewhere.
     
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    I'm new to photos TPF Noob!

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    i'm pretty sure jesus was sitting there and befor you took a pic he vanished and left you a sweet pic in return :wav::bigangel:
     
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    I'm at a loss :confused:
     
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    cool effect, i'm curious to know if this was PP or how'd you manage to take the shot like that in camera
     
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    I second fiveoboy, where is the light coming from? Overall good effect though
     
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    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    This is not a photographic style, its a pp style, sorry but for me its just a photo that has a photoshop effect
     
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    ^ that.
     
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    This effect can be done in camera by using a longer shutter speed and allowing part of the exposure to be in focus and then while still exposing, moving the zoom back. I have seen this detailed in an issue of Shutterbug magazine. Pretty cool effect.
     
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    Like this, not one of my best
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    it looks like he did a zoom blur to a copy of the photo, put it on top of the other one, and masked out the effect from half the image. (am i close, er11a?)
    i also see a little pshop lens flare in there too.
     

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