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Homage to Blurry pictures

Discussion in 'photo' started by cliffpatte, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. eternumviti

    eternumviti pfm Member

    Autumn menu tryout at a friend's restaurant recently, as the evening became more 'animated'. Lots of pics of the food too, but they're not blurred.

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  2. sls4321

    sls4321 pfm Member

  3. sls4321

    sls4321 pfm Member

    This was not a Mafia get-together, just a restaurant with a lot of staff

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    Here's another one, I think a combination of her moving and me trying f1.4 when pissed. Nice bokeh, mind you.

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  4. ian123running

    ian123running pfm Member

  5. JemHayward

    JemHayward pfm Member

    Playing with deliberate camera movement - lots of rejects, but I do quite like this one...

    [​IMG]uncertain autumn by Jem Hayward, on Flickr
     
  6. JemHayward

    JemHayward pfm Member

  7. John Barry

    John Barry pfm Member

    Glen Nevis:

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  8. ian123running

    ian123running pfm Member

    John that's wonderful. No idea how you did it but it just works.
     
  9. JemHayward

    JemHayward pfm Member

    Indeed, great image, and what I've been trying to do (and largely failing) recently with deliberate camera movements. For some reason doing it in post processing never seems to work as well...
     

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