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Flying Swan

By gemm  
Been chasing swans today. It was a bit of a nightmare as the day was sooooo grey....

Tech info: 1/50s, f4, ISO 200, exposure comp. at +1/3.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: pcjackso, Goatsmilkuk, vaughar and 12 more


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Comments


pcjackso Junior Member 11 7
16 Dec 2005 1:32PM
Good capture
Pauline

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Goatsmilkuk 11 783
16 Dec 2005 1:35PM
Great pan shot, take it you were reading the Andy Rouse feature in DCM, been looking to have a go myself since reading it.

Stu

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User_Removed 13 455 13 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2005 1:37PM
Good shot - just the right amount of blur.
Brett
vaughar 12 242 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2005 1:37PM
Putting those motorsport panning skills to good use I see!

Smile
gemm 12 800 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2005 1:41PM
Thanks for your quick response!

Stu,
No, I haven't been reading DCM. I will check it out though. Wink

Rob,
This is as good as chasing GT or F1 cars. Wink
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
16 Dec 2005 1:46PM
Good in flight capture Gemm,great colours & lovely head detail on the leading Swan.
Janet
gemm 12 800 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2005 1:53PM
Thanks Janet!
mulder 11 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2005 2:17PM
Fantastic capture.


Floyd
Mariusz 11 Poland
16 Dec 2005 10:42PM
perfectly done
TonyA 11 11 Spain
17 Dec 2005 12:22AM
Excellent panning work it this graceful shot of the swans flying in formation. Like the sense of movement and colors in this image.

Antonio
albi 12 68 1 England
17 Dec 2005 9:02AM
Nice motion
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
17 Dec 2005 9:32AM
Trust me Gemm, I reckon you've done a cracking job with this. The head is perfectly sharp, and yet because the wings are well blurred it gives the shot a real sense of motion, speed and power!
Cracking work!

Ade
gemm 12 800 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2005 12:30PM
Thanks for your comments!

I trust you, Ade! Cheers. Smile
brian1208 Plus
13 11.2k 12 United Kingdom
18 Dec 2005 3:32AM
Nice one Gemm - try it with a longer exposure next time - its great fun! Smile

Ade has it right

Brian

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