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May 2016 - Level 2 photo assignment - 2 second exposures

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    Default May 2016 - Level 2 photo assignment - 2 second exposures

    Hi members

    This month's level 2 photo assignment is 2 seconds exposures which means the shutter speed needs to be exactly 2 seconds.

    Assignments should be posted right here in this thread.

    Okay then who will post first?

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    Two entries

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    I finally got some photography done! Here's my 2 second exposure, the working title is "The Critical Cut"

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    Really like the motion of the saw Risacher.

    For this assignment I dusted of my camera that I haven't had out of the camera bag for a while.

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    Rum, this is an amazing image. Get your ass back to shooting again.
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    Haha - thanks mate.
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    Really well done risacher and RM!!!

    At - yours are nice, but the intended goal was to show movement.....
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    Thanks! I learnt a that is is no simple challenge to keep a black backdrop mostly free of dust in a woodshop!

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    Really like the way the light reflections from above the table add to the sense of motion. Very cool and imaginative. But a question: how many shots did it take you until you got this one? I somehow imagine you had to be very patient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    Really like the way the light reflections from above the table add to the sense of motion. Very cool and imaginative. But a question: how many shots did it take you until you got this one? I somehow imagine you had to be very patient.
    Thanks MB. Probably about 15 shots in total. I started off with the camera placed more overhead, which yielded some interesting results, but not as dramatic. This one was only the second shot after I moved down to the lower angle. All were done on 10 sec timer before running to the other end of the table. The secret was the timing and strength of the shot (not too hard), and setting up the brightly coloured balls closest to the camera.
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