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December 2014 - Level 2 photography assignment - Study in Motion

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    Hi members,

    The level 2 photo assignment this month is 'Study in Motion' - Feel free to interpret the theme as you wish of course.

    Okay then who will post first in this thread?


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    Default Motion - Two Ways

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Size:  119.2 KB Two ways to "study motion" - the traditional brief exposure to light, or where the light and motion are one, such as this or stars at night.
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    very cool start Jim!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    very cool start Jim!
    I was thinking the same thing!
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    Ok - I'll Play as well - Rue Laurier - Evening
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    I really like the posts to this thread so far. The comp on the swings is just great Jim. Marko I just love this -love the colour and the one guy at the bottom going in a different direction works so well.

    Here is my play for this theme. 3 image sequence merged in PS.

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    Nice sequence RM!
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    Really neat one Marko, you did Henri Cartier-Bresson proud, just the right moment with the guy escaping at the bottom of the frame. There's another aspect of the shot that's kind of interesting/wierd. They are all dressed in black and look like a bunch of Ninjas, or maybe Monks, escaping from the Ninja-ery, or the Monk-ery.

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    Taken last last month, but I'm like that, a rule breaker!!!

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