|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|-What happens in a hundred of a second? |
where your eyes are not fast enough to
capture the fine details. In this photo,
i asked Jason to throw a Calamansi in
a glass of water and quickly shifts to
his position in front of the camera
in just a split of a second.
. . . Hands are Quicker than the Eyes. :)
sb800 on the left at 1/64
Thanks for Looking. Ciao!
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- [2009-01-27 0:42]
Hi OgGie & howdy TL neighbor!
A superb portrait, with good sharpness, & an excellent decisive moment, on the water in the glass! I like the reflection of the red tshirt near the top of the glass. Tfs!
great shot! the shutter is quicker than the eye!
Haha! Really nice thinking!! I have to say it's great work on the part of both of you. His movement was quick and his expression is suitably detached from the situation; your timing here was absolutely perfect.
Awesome job, I like it!
This is a really cool experiment Oggie! I like the effect here! It's true, the eyes cannot see the details that a camera can and I just LOVE running the shutter speed up in things like this! Nice sharpness, it's hard to get a focus on something that isn't there yet!
i'm back on trek lens... galing neto dude! reminds me of rebekka http://www.flickr.com/photos/rebba/sets/528637/