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Emilie Jay
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As you know I mostly do still life and of course now getting into portraits because of the critter. Since he has been so active I have been practicing some panning. Marc had him out on the swing the other day and thought that this would be a good opportunity to give it a try. Not the best but it's a start. Now that he is walking I think I will be panning alot now Weeeeee... 165905

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you're right Emilie, it a great start, you have his face in focus which is the important part, maybe more eye contact would be better but i like this angle, keep it up you're doing a great job Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Weeeeee...   Weeeeee... Icon_minitimeTue Sep 18, 2007 7:06 pm

Blimey Emilie - if thats not best then I await the "best" with excitement.

OK - there's no real sense of movement from the backgound - but it's a wonderful capture ........... great angle.

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As John says there isn't a great sense of movement to suggest the shot was panned, which with this shot is probably not a bad thing.

The colour is superb but i have got a stiff neck now from looking at it. Weeeeee... 537381
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love the angle & mix of colours.
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PostSubject: Re: Weeeeee...   Weeeeee... Icon_minitimeSat Sep 22, 2007 9:25 am

Thanks everyone. He is so fun to photograph. I think the reason why you don't see a motion blur is the lens I used. I ran out of the house and grabbed the camera without checking the lens I had on. I had my fixed 50mm 1.8 lens. That is the only reason I can think that the background ended up with a blur rather than a motion blur. I would think that it should have given me a motion blur. The other reason I can think of is that it was just grass under him so not much to give a motion effect. What do you think? I am new to this photography in motion stuff but will get lots of practice in the future Weeeeee... 264697

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I think too much motion blur would have made it look a bit gimicky so a good result as far as I am concerned. Very Happy
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