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Amirrezapakroo (453) 2010-02-27 9:26
Nice shot i really like it!
perefct composition and detail.
but i think the light is little high .
evojim (180) 2010-02-27 10:36
In situation like this, you either get everything frozen in motion, or all blurry. However, this photo is very unique with excellent balance between static and motion.
bmukherjee (1512) 2010-02-27 11:41
Extraordinary shot! I agree with Jim: a splendid balance between static and dynamic subjects! I'm not even going to ask how you got such an incredibly POV...
Goutamendu (95) 2010-02-27 12:15
This is an extraordinary shot. Superb POV. Congratulations
Maverick182 (615) 2010-02-27 16:17
Hi Apratim,superbe shot.Very original pov and perfect composition.I like all this colors.Compliments.
eversmile (11628) 2010-02-28 1:41
I love your high POV, and the settings you have chosen are very effective to increase the life and movement. The vivid colors are explosive. The few static silhouettes contrasting with the numerous blurred passers-by, have a very eye-catching impact.
yquem46 (38378) 2010-02-28 1:51
Excellent idea to shoot this long exposure!
The result is awesome and most of the impact comes from the mixture of colorful blurred moving passer-bys with the static customers at the FG
have a nice sunday
ymrk (14955) 2010-03-02 9:26
my favourite technic of the photography!Perfect exposure time and thought!Congratulations Apratim!
macjake (51436) 2010-03-28 10:11
wonderful effect with people infocus, and people out of focus.
I have seen this technique used before, but not too often.
How is it accomplished
can you let me know
- Copyright: Apratim Saha (apratimsaha) (440)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-01-14
- Categories: Festivals
- Camera: Nikon D 70s, 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G ED-IF AF-S DX Nikkor
- Exposure: f/22, 1/6 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2010-02-27 8:57
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