New Workshop! Lighting 3 | Advanced Off Camera Flash

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Relative new to photography (hobby basis). As part of the assignments for photography 101, I was trying to capture the motion of this... (show more)
Exif Data
  • Canon 6D
  • Canon EF 24-70 F/2.8L II USM
  • f/f/18
  • 26mm
  • 1/15 seconds
  • 100

Q&A Discussions

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  1. A
    Tanya Goodall Smith

    You captured the motion of this ride perfectly. I feel a little sick looking at it, LOL. Panning takes practice and, dare I say, a little luck, so this was a nice try.

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  2. B
    Tanya Goodall Smith

    Highlights are a little blown out here. It looks like you were shooting at f/18 so maybe nothing you could have done without an ND filter or something, in this case.

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  3. C
    Tai Hsin Shiek

    1/15th shutter looks too slow.. I think you should have increased the shutter a bit so the highlights wont be blown and not get a blurred face. :D

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  4. B
    Johnny Drejer

    Correct, havnt got my ND filter yet, thats why I shot at f/18. Thank you for the feedback.

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  5. C
    Johnny Drejer

    I agree. Thanks you for the feedback.

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  6. A
    Johnny Drejer

    Thank you Tanya. Yes it does gives you a feeling of being on that ride.

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  7. B
    Daniel Thullen

    Enter your comment here

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  8. D
    Lauchlan Toal

    Fantastic work on this, impressively sharp given the erratic movement. The blur is quite effective, and I love the determined expression on the boy. I’d love to see a shot from a slightly lower angle, on eye level with the kids!

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  9. D
    Johnny Drejer

    Thanks Lauchlan, a lower angel would make a better image but the railing/protection around the ride did not allow for a lower shooting angle while panning at the same time.

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  10. C
    Pye Jirsa

    I love this image, I would love it more if it looked like the boy was having fun. Kinda looks like he might vomit. Also I would say for this image, 1/30th of a second would be perfect to show motion, while leaving him a little more sharp.

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