Spinning Coin

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  1. snaremop

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    Took this last night...what do you think? C&C please.;)
     
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    You won't be making the big bucks with this on a stock photography website. :lol: However, I like it.

    It's something I've never thought of before (though I don't take much in the house unless it's macro) and shows the interesting path a coin takes in its spin.
     
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    I really like how it shows the motion. Also the colors are neat too!
     
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    Wow, looks cool, though I have to agree with the previous poster... not going to make it in stock photo agencies. Perhaps if it was a closer shot and if the coin was facing the camera.

    Was the flash at the beginning of the exposure window at at the end for this shot?

    Pretty[​IMG] cool!

    Btw, a spinning dradle(sp?) or perhaps some spinning dice, close up, would be great!
     
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    Really cool shot! As others have said, I wouldn't have thought to have done that. Did you have someone else spin the coin or did you get it started and quickly press the shutter?
     
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    Thanks - I spun the coin and then quickly chased it with my camera to get the shot.
     
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    Nice effect there! The only thing for me is it could have done with a less distracting background, and as someone has already said perhaps have the coin's face facing the camera rather than the side but great effort! :D
     
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    I agree with DwainDibley.. I think the background is somewhat distracting. I love the coin though. The colors are great and the rim is nice a sharp.
     
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    I like the movement in this shot.
     

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