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Friday, August 26, 2005

Big Break


Fuji S7000 @ 8mm, 1.3 sec, f/3.6, ISO 200
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This shot was actually taken last night, so I still had my S7000 with me. I had the Fujimugs current theme "People in Action" in mind, but I wasn't expecting much from the shot. I made novel use of a spider rest turning it into a makeshift monopod. It worked surprisingly well considering the 1.3 second shutter speed. I'd like to try this shot again with a proper tripod, and my SB-800, perhaps on strobe mode. Although the trails from the balls is quite cool.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Neil said...

Must have had a bit of topspin on that break, you can see the curve of the white ball after hitting the pack! Nice shot

12:18 pm, August 28, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Yeah, it's cool how you can see the movement in all the balls. You didn't notice that the pink ball is missing though! :)

2:28 am, August 30, 2005  

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