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Moving Out       ©2014 RobertLavker
Panasonic DMC-GX7       5th place, 108 points
1/40s, f18, ISO 125, 42mm, Shutter Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Photoshop CS5.2; crop, levels, shadows and highlights, unsharp mask       Extra Info: None
 
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RolandB
Aug 19, 2014
    For a first attempt at panning, 5th place ain't BAD!!
Congratulations.

Jade O.
Aug 18, 2014
    A pair of top fives is quite good! Your panning is quite good as well.

Lo
Aug 18, 2014
    Definitely a hard shot to pull off - glad it placed so well

RobertLavker
Aug 18, 2014
    Thank you all for taking the time to comment. This was my first attempt at panning and I really need to practice my technique. All who voted for me were very kind.

mrsawyer
Aug 18, 2014
    Congrats on your double top 5!

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Phil99
Aug 18, 2014
    Good photo that's grown on me - liking the colours and the clear image of the man on the bike compared to the blur of the 2 other cyclists.

aoc46
Aug 18, 2014
    The cyclist 'moving out' of the frame illustrates the title very well. And the colorful blurred cyclists are a nice contrasting foil for the main 'black-and-white' one.

Jade O.
Aug 17, 2014
    Like the the idea but not the blur. Not sure if you panned on the white rider but wish it were more obvious his upper body was in sharp focus.

dk
Aug 17, 2014
    nice job exploiting the opposite directions of movement in the panning. That must of taken a few tries! Needs a little clone action in the sky (bird vs. dust bunnies?)

Amberbug
Aug 17, 2014
    Great timing, a few edges here, like it.

babysister
Aug 17, 2014
    I love this photo but couldn't give it a higher vote because of the sloping sea. What a pity!

forkcandles
Aug 16, 2014
    the left hand cycle should either match the same position as the fore ground or crop the front wheel to lead out of the frame
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By RobertLavker


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