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    DefaultEmily n Rio (and everyone else :)

    Be sure to remember previous lessons about composition etc.

    This is a great shot for motion blur but its really off kilter....


    Be sure to keep your camera straight so your horizon lines are level...


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    DefaultRe: Emily n Rio (and everyone else :)

    Thanks for the comments. I knew that the composition was off as far as the tilt, but I wanted to use the one that I thought blurred the best. I was dying to post-process the tilt out of it with my PSP, but I resisted. I probably should have used one of the billiards outtakes instead, but the blurry little guy just fascinated me.

    Glad to provide a "good" bad example of composition. I will probably be using this one myself as a "what not to do" when I help with a 4-H basic photography class next month.



    Quote Originally Posted by raian
    Be sure to remember previous lessons about composition etc.

    This is a great shot for motion blur but its really off kilter....


    Be sure to keep your camera straight so your horizon lines are level...

    ~Em~

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    DefaultRe: Emily n Rio (and everyone else :)

    Don't get me wrong, it's great for the assignment. I just wanted to point out the level horizon

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