Keep In Motion
- pierrefonds (4871)
- [2013-01-04 12:42]
The slow shutter speed is giving a motion blur of the runner, even the top part of the runner is slightly blurred. I think it is contributing to the Friday's theme account of the motion blur. Have a nice day.
- eosnut (13374)
- [2013-01-04 13:09]
Brilliant job Niek, very well done.
The runners' face is sharp, her hand is recognisable, and the front foot is sharp, perfect timing.
The standout image this week.
- suzley (23928)
- [2013-01-04 14:23]
Wow, I love thr mix of motion and blur, the mix of detail grabs the appeal and interest. I also like your thoughts behind this and your addition to this theme.
- parasbhalla (38525)
- [2013-01-04 15:00]
A fabulous entry to Friday's theme!
I like the effect you got here and the details are just amazing.
The light and exposure are just perfect and positioning of the runner in a vertical framed shot.
Well spotted and nicely executed shot I must say!
Have a nice weekend.
- hifimusicdai (15655)
- [2013-01-04 17:58]
Good contribution to weekly theme. I like the combination of sharpness and motion blur
- Silvio2006 (54757)
- [2013-01-04 22:55]
Ciao Niek, great motion effect, good focus on face of runner, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
- wackymob (6851)
- [2013-01-05 2:35]
Hi Niek, it reminds me of the old cartoons where they have the motion lines when someone speeds of in a chase. Fiona
- mamcg (10644)
- [2013-01-19 22:02]
Well well well..this is the class panning that in the direction of move, perfect capture in 1/13 sec shutter speed, TFS.
- imageme (1241)
- [2013-10-25 9:17]
Your note reminds me my trips back to Hong Kong in 2010 and 2011. I went to the Peak View too. I always like to capture motion like you did in this image. It delivers a great blurry motion yet it tells you what is happening in the motion. Thank for the tips of your note.