Run to Catch the Wave

© bob cornelison

Run to Catch the Wave

Kasia Elser 3/10/2004 12:12:56 PM

Nicely done! #105662

Dean Sandifer 3/10/2004 6:00:10 PM

I really like this. Now, I want to know more about it. What was the shutter speed? Was the blur added after the fact or at the time of the exposure? It's a beautiful image. #417864

bob cornelison 3/10/2004 7:48:28 PM

Kasia, as always, thanks! Dean, this was a cropped shot of my daughter running with her dog, and this seemed to be better without the dog in it. I shot this at approx. 250th sec. at f8, being mid day at the beach. I used the DreamSuite plug-in filter (free on the net) in PS. Thanks for your nice comment. #417900

Susana Matos 3/18/2004 12:26:39 AM

I found your amazing photo thanks to digital darkroom, and I am happy because it is a superbe work on a SUPER beautiful photo! The dreamy effect here makes this look AWESOME!
Cheers from Portugal, Su #429594

bob cornelison 3/18/2004 7:57:29 AM

Susana, Thanks so much for your kind words! I just now found it was featured in digital darkroom myself and am so excited! I have sent in many shots in the past few months that I thought would make finalist that didn't, so I thought that I must be doing too much editing for them to get noticed. I guess this one is the exception! #430172

Janet R. Gordon 3/27/2004 1:36:44 PM

I like it, you should be proud of it. #449699

Janet R. Gordon 3/27/2004 1:37:06 PM

I like it, you should be proud of it. #449700

Robert A. Simpson 4/22/2004 5:18:01 PM

I like the soft and warm feel of this Photo. Nice Job.

Bob #497564

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