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  #245 Intentional Camera Movement
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Time Passes By In A Blur       ©2021 Maike13
Sony DSC-RX100M7       4th place, 110 points
13s, f11, ISO 100, 24mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
Post-Processing: Adjusted levels, exposure, brightness and contrast. Downsized and sharpened       Extra Info: Held the camera with the clock in the left position for 6 secs, moved it so the clock was in the central position for 4 secs, and finally moved it so the clock was in the right position for 2 secs. Took about a million shots :-).
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May 11, 2021
    I'm glad you p[laced so well. This was really well done.

May 11, 2021
    Thanks ysal

May 11, 2021
    Congrats on your top 5 finish! Your efforts paid off.

May 10, 2021
    Thanks for all the great comments.

kerszkavet: I was trying some other subjects that weren't working too well and this was rather a last minute inspiration, so I only had time to try and perfect this one approach. So no shots building from left to right, I'm afraid. If I'd had a little more time I'd have liked to re-shoot it with a plain background (as you suggest), and a screen of some sort behind the camera to eliminate the reflections from the glass which are a bit distracting, I think.

Lo: Your enthusiastic comments make the million shots worthwhile. Thanks

aoc46: I should have titled it "Time Lapse".
Edited on May 10, 2021

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May 10, 2021
    Interesting technique. It worked well for you.

May 10, 2021
    That is an interesting technique. I like the phantom clocks.

May 10, 2021
    great idea and it makes an interesting picture.
I'd have considered a plain background as i think the wood grain becomes intrusive, but it is a definite favourite.
in your million shots, did you try any the other way, i.e. building up from left to right? would be interested to see any in outtakes.

May 9, 2021
    This is beautifully done. I can't imagine the patience and dexterity it took to manage this shot. Excellent result, and a beautiful example of ICM.

May 8, 2021
    Nicely executed, but I think a single side-to-side motion would have paid off your title better.

May 7, 2021
    I know what you mean. I must have taken several hundred to get the shot I liked. So many variables. This came out very well. And you got the main clock in focus, which was the hardest part for me.

May 7, 2021
    time does fly good ICM
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