Thursday, April 22, 2010

standingatkerbsshootinglight


On the side of the road, working on capturing Movement with my Canon 450D....

p.s. Giveaway winner to be announced some time tomorrow. Thanks to all who entered, and fingers crossed :)

13 comments:

stilettostetico said...

Mmmh so Actually I especially like the last pictures' chromatic tones AND the way this "strong evanescence" 's aesthetics ideally tend to materialize motion's strength . . .

à Bientôt, Antoine

Alecto said...

the 4th picture from the top made me feel like i was driving really really fast haha :) i'm envious of your new camera- i've been looking for a new one for awhile. kinda getting tired of my old point & shoot...

ediot said...

great photos. this made me even more want to buy an new camera- since my other camera literally is falling apart- i need one in the nearest future. the day it passes away- i need to have an new one.
hope youre having an nice weekend so far!

xx ediot

SR@MyStyle said...

Hi there-awesome pictures, really amazing! Have a good weekend!

daisychain said...

these are fab pictures!

CCWai said...

I can definitely feel the motion in these pictures.
Quite speedy.

marian said...

great movement captures honey, thank you for sharing these.
happy saturday honey
xoxo
marian.

daydreaminblue said...

i recognise most of the places you took those pictures! I wish i didnt have to sell my 450d (i did to pay for a macbook), but now i have a 350d and it suits my purposes well..and was a bargain :)
the one thing i really miss though is the live view...so hard taking self portraits without it!
xx

sinnlighet said...

Ahhhh Your blog is wonderful, soo nice to find you! Your pictures are so inspiring and beautiful!

A footprint from

Agneta & Sweden

vint junky said...

Love the movement captured in the images. Beautiful

xx

Marcella said...

You should definitely invest in a seperate flash unit, will be super powerful and help you freeze the subject at the end of the motion blur ;)

Photography is an awesome hobby but it gets ridiculously expensive lol

Anika said...

Alecto, I see what you mean (I do feel like I'm driving fast...which is good :)

Daydreamingblue...ooh, what's the 350d like? You could probably buy a portrait lens for that...they cost about $120-$150 and go down to a 1.8F stop reading (brilliant for portraiture). I got one thrown in at JB when I bought the cam, and its brilliant for small depth of field shots...I don't really use it for outfit shots though.

Agneta, thanks so much hun. Flattered!

Marcella, I hear you (about both the separate flash and the expense). For now, I'm going to have to pass on the flash...but would definitely look into it in the future to improve shots.

Thanks for all the constructive criticism folks....its much appreciated :D

ANDWHATELSEISTHERE said...

This is nice.LOVE THE PHOTOS.