Cobra motion

© Jack Nevitt

Cobra motion

Uploaded: October 17, 2005 04:23:29


My attempt to blur the background while panning a fast moving car. This Cobra was at Summit Point this weekend.
Sigma 120-300mm
Shot at 300mm 1/100 f22
Had to clone off the dust spots from the sensor and adjust levels a little.


December 10, 2005

You did a great job Jack! Looking at your photo, it is almost a 3D effect, as if the car is moving. Well done! :} #357046

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