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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Possible, but there is definite radial blur at the edges that is more than just motion blur as it's directed at the center of the image.
    what i see is just a bunch of people moving inwards with regards to the dead person.

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    Probably the most emotive shot out of the many the photographer shot there.
    No PP or camera trickey.
    Dead person is not moving while every one else is, maybe low shutter speed too since it looks a bit dim (also with the press of people and their dark clothing)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam
    Probably the most emotive shot out of the many the photographer shot there.
    No PP or camera trickey.
    Dead person is not moving while every one else is, maybe low shutter speed too since it looks a bit dim (also with the press of people and their dark clothing)
    Is it permissible under Muslim customs to photograph the dead?

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    Is it permissible under Muslim customs to photograph the dead?
    Yeah, why?
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    Hi TS,

    This technique is actually fairly easy. I can safely say that I am addicted to it. You just need to be creative in ways to stabilise your cam and practice anticipating moments.

    I set my cam on the platform bench as a 1-second exposure will be impossible to handhold.

    f/13
    1 sec
    ISO100

    I used a SteadePod clipped onto my belt to minimize shake. 1/10 exposure is just enough to catch the man in the middle without movements.

    f/1.8
    1/10 sec
    ISO100

    I have a couple more but I think these will get across already.
    Last edited by digitalpimp; 14th June 2012 at 06:59 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpimp
    I set my cam on the platform bench as a 1-second exposure will be impossible to handhold.
    1 sec a tad too long I feel. Nicer if the moving persons are a bit clearer. For walking humans, i find 1/6 - 1/20 good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae

    Yeah, why?
    Just curious coz in Chinese custom it is a no no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    Just curious coz in Chinese custom it is a no no.
    not exactly... i know some chinese ok with that

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai

    1 sec a tad too long I feel. Nicer if the moving persons are a bit clearer. For walking humans, i find 1/6 - 1/20 good enough.
    Thanks, but I like it just like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpimp View Post
    Thanks, but I like it just like that.
    But I must say that it is a nice concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpimp View Post
    Thanks, but I like it just like that.
    i dig that look too - it wouldve been too much if everyone was moving and there was no subject as such.. but the single person steady there really works for me too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Lensbaby? In a warzone? Really? Think this through for a minute.
    hahaha. thanks for the correction! I had taken the technique out of the context. I guess lensbaby is not serious enough for war zone (can't imagine photographer's frustration when the important parts go out of focus! missed shot = missed $)

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