10.12.2006

Motion Capture Practice - 3:58pm

120mm, f4.5 @ 1/60
120mm, f4.5 @ 1/100
105mm, f4.5 @ 1/60

[.the swing is fastened to a tree limb;
the goal is speed and number of flips accomplished during
one'revolution' around the tree.]

4 comments:

  1. Wow, Andie! Looks good... way too good... =) I especially like the focus on the last picture, and I like the room you gave the subject on the first picture - showing that the subject was bound for somewhere! =)

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  2. Thanks, Teresa =).

    Hopefully I can post some BTS photos once I get them from the Knopps.

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  3. Sweet pictures Andie. The sense of motion you capture is great. I am amazed that you were able to partially freeze your subject (in the third picture) while the rest of him is, pardon the pun, in full swing.

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  4. Well, truthfully, it was all a matter of chance that the motion was caught that way. I wish I could take credit though :wink:.

    I took a total of about 300 shots while he was swinging and kept only about 15 or so =P.

    Motion is an area that I really need to work on to actually capture what I want on purpose as oposed to chance :wink:.

    Thanks for the encouragement.

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andie jael reavely

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5D Mark ii
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50mm f1.8
85mm f1.8
45mm f2.8 TS
24-105mm f4 (for video only)

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