Great contrast and motion.
Something much different, like the blurred effect and on the birds.
You bring up quite a share of shots 'in motion', nice! The dynamic touch enhances your series.
Thank you all. A brief visit now to post a picture and I hope to get back later this evening to catch up properly.Another nice rendering of motion blur.
Indeed. Spotted this one yesterday and was able to find a useful background. It was too good to pass up.Very Metalic! Hard, cold, foreboding.
He certainly does look Experienced.See, see!! They ARE invading the rest of our threads. It wasn't just my overactive imagination!
And this one seems to have been in a scuffle!
You know!Oh! Sh..! ... Obey
Thanks Paul.Resistance is futile! Like the shot.
Thanks Harry - that was with the aid of an e-tube.Day 13 is about as minimum DOF as can be illustrated. Nice to see the 50/1.2 at its limits and beyond.
It is something which I have explored before, but I'm quite happy with this one. Thanks Harry.Day 14's shot of the escalator is a stealth photo. First glance, ordinary shot, a bit OOF. Second, third, fourth, and fifth glances. Very, very little that is not moving in this shot .... slow moving, for sure, but moving. Well done! I'd title it "Slow Moving".
We can agree to disagree. I find swans to be unattractive bullies and the movement was one way for me to show them without connecting to their nasty traits.Day 15 is a shot I can't really appreciate. I'd like to see the beauty of the swans rather than their motion.
And cover again!Day 16 - Duck and Cover. Duck and Cover!
Unglaublich!These guys are everywhere
That man is on fire!A contagious meme. I am indeed afraid now.