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Zaknafein

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i saw some pictures with this "zooming" effect like the one below. was wondering how issit taken... can anyone please enlighten me? :)
 

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My head is spinning... :faint:



1) Photoshop

2) As you press the shutter, zoom out/in accordingly.
 

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hey espn haha at work?
how to keep the subject sharp (in this case, the driver) while the rest of the picture have this effect?
 

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Could be PS.

If you have zoom lens, you can try set slower shutter speed (ie.: 1/8s), set aperture accordingly to correct exposure. Put camera on tripod (or handheld if you can). Zoom to tele. Focus to subject. Press Shutter release and quickly zoom to wide.

Practice make perfect!

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Arto.
 

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oh, im sorry, but i wanted to show what i meant by "zoom effect". ill take off the pic now.
how do i show pics that are not mine in the future?

i think ur right, the background is too plain... but the red dot where i was aiming doesnt looks sharp too :(
 

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wow very impressive!
did u use a tripod? ur mickey mouse face seems very sharp compared to mine. i did not use tripod....
may i ask what was ur exposure settings?
 

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Zaknafein said:
wow very impressive!
did u use a tripod? ur mickey mouse face seems very sharp compared to mine. i did not use tripod....
may i ask what was ur exposure settings?
Thank you, it's trial and error shoot, around 10 photos take only the sharpest one :sweat: .

D70s with 18-70mm, M mode, shutter speed is 1/2s, aperture f/6.3 (according to light meter), ASA200. Use tripod. Zoom from 70mm to 50mm (slowly, since it is 1/2s).

Practice make perfect ;) .

Regards,
Arto.
 

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