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    Birds in Flight at 1/10th sec

    produces a very strange effect! This was from Cheryl & my mini meetup last week. I couldn't work out what those funny sort of feathery things were and then the penny dropped! Could be very effective if you wanted something different.

    birds in flight slow speed CF038602.jpg
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    I could see this working for a shot of a bird diving into the ocean after fish it would give the sense of movement
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    Nonsense. It' the middle of July. Those are snowflakes! If you look carefully, you can also see a few shiny whitish patches of ice forming on the lake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    Nonsense. It' the middle of July. Those are snowflakes! If you look carefully, you can also see a few shiny whitish patches of ice forming on the lake.
    LOL here!

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    i was expecting some good panning!

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