X-Metal, my first attempt

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  1. ThatCameraThingy

    ThatCameraThingy TPF Noob!

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    My first attempt at Xmetal's field.

    I was scared sh!tless that my new camera was going to come of and hit the ground. Luckilly no such thing happened.

    [​IMG]

    Hanno
     
  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Wow great job!!!

    gotta do a sharper turn now. :p

    It's amazing when you look at the picture once you've taken it ey.... like I mean... you're out there driving the car saying I understand why this works... but it's so choice... then you look at the photo and it looks better than you could ever imagine! hehe well that's what I think... but I'm blonde. :p

    Now you'll just have to try different poses.
     
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    Excellent capture. Man, I don't know if I could hang a camera off a car and feel good about it. Mind you, I always worry about dropping my camera out of an airplane.

    Eric
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    awesome job, i should try this with my old camera i dont care about :)
     
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    Scary! Did you make a mount for the camera or buy one?
    Wouldnt catch me doing that with my 20D, But yet something really wants to make me try it!!
    Nice capture!
     
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    Excellent first attempt. :)

    Meysha's words are correct - a sharper turn will produce better effects. :)
     
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    good job! i wonder how this would look if strapped to a motorcycle ;)
     
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    I've been tempted to try this but I came to the conclusion that:

    a) The bike would be moving too slowly

    b) There isn't enough surface area on the bike to mount the tripod.

    Unless you can think of an alternative way I guess it's out of the equasion. :???:
     

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