i also not so sure i think is my lensobewan said:All the above photos are very nice, especially the lion head shot.
The exposure I think is very good and I like your presentation of the photos.
Except #1 and #5 the slant don't work for me.
This candid shot amazed me how you manage to freeze the people with a shutterspeed of 1/5" (from EXIF info)
Personally, I think the zooming of the lup cheong and other CNY traditional food doesn't work because. unlike the lion head, nothing seems to be in the centre of focus.erickwan1989 said:Some feed back pls
That's movement blur caused by the movement of her hands captured using a slow shutter speed.pure_soul said:a little blur at the old lady's hand of the last picture.
i'am not sure.
okay. hmm, i get it now. thanks.Clockunder said:That's movement blur caused by the movement of her hands captured using a slow shutter speed.
I think it's ok because it conveys a message that she was probably say "No" to her customer by waving her palm horizontally or gesturing something as she talked. If her hand was captured as frozen, then the message is lost.