Messenger Boy

Yesterday's picture triggered the wish to get the focus on the biker. So I headed out again and tried and tried and... - boy, I am happy that I have a DSLR, instead of film. So, 100 shots later, or so ... - look at what I got. Still not perfect, but we all know - it is a long road!
Great shot, very nice work Ute!
posted November 17th, 2012  
Panning is SO hard! This is great!
posted November 17th, 2012  
Cool panning shot!
posted November 17th, 2012  
Maybe not perfect but you caught him moving into the image which is great. Good panned background. I like it
posted November 17th, 2012  
Yes, DSLR is good for these moments! This is great, I can't do these shots at all!!!
posted November 17th, 2012  
great capture and panning.
posted November 17th, 2012  
Oh such a fun panning shot - awesome capture. I remember doing some panning shots next to a street and I sure did get a lot of strange & perplexed looks.

I am your get-pushed partner for next week. I will look at your photos and try to challenge you to do something fun & to stretch you a bit. I look forward to being your partner!! Woo Hoo - Are you ready???
posted November 17th, 2012  
Ok, after reviewing your photos I think I have a challenge for you. I was so glad someone challenged me to it and I learned so much and now it is one of my favorites. High Key.

I think high key is especially nice in portraits but it doesn't have to be people. I will send a few links of examples. I think high key b&w is nice too. One tip I learned is to use the curve tool in Picmonkey or Ipiccy (or what every processing software you use that has it). Also the dodge tool is also very helpful as well - I use that in Picmonkey. Perhaps you have worked with those already or high key but I didn't see it on your profile so that is my challenge.
posted November 17th, 2012  
If you Google High Key Photography you will see a lot of ideas on this topic. Some are fairly easy and others are complex. So there is a variety of ways to get this outcome. It is up to you.


http://365project.org/myhrhelper/365/2012-09-09
http://365project.org/myhrhelper/365/2012-09-10
http://365project.org/myhrhelper/365/2012-09-11
posted November 17th, 2012  
@myhrhelper - thanks, Kathy, this is totally new to me. I am curious of what I will find out. I hope you will enjoy your challenge too.
posted November 18th, 2012  
cool shot!
posted November 18th, 2012  
Nice!
posted November 18th, 2012  
Great shot showing speed and movement.
posted November 21st, 2012  
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