Fast Forward

© Gianna Stadelmyer

Fast Forward

Uploaded: May 11, 2006

Description

Taken from the open air passenger car looking toward to door to an inner passenger car on the old Ghan train in Alice Springs, Australia. The Ghan replaced the old Afghan camel trains that used to be used for transport through central Australia. It doesn't really move very fast, so I tilted the camera for a more dynamic feel and added some zoom blur to create the feeling of speed.

Comments

Paul Michko May 11, 2006

Awesome job, Jan. It has the sense of quite a hectic ride. #443738

Alex F.R. Templet May 11, 2006

it has a great motion effect, seems very fast though... well done, really nice photo. #2751058

June 01, 2006

Love it... You should enter it in this months theme of Motion!!! #2841306

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