freehand riding

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This pic was shot after this one because I wanted it "freehand"
I used my new Sigma 10mm wideangle-lens.

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  1. Lance Romance <Qieut> [deleted] 42 months ago | reply

    sweet!

  2. valentino * 39 months ago | reply

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  3. redosrios 39 months ago | reply

    Awesome shot! As a bicyclist, this is a quick way to take a little spin around the park, virtually!! Well done.

  4. jadushazid 39 months ago | reply

    Supper motion........

  5. corriellen 39 months ago | reply

    This reminds me of one of those optical illusion pictures. My eyes keep doing this jitter thing. It's like the picture wants to move but time wont let it.

  6. chantefrigoule 36 months ago | reply

    Extraordinaire!!

  7. isheiuol16 33 months ago | reply

    Wow! excellent ... full shot of speed..

  8. Shaz Van Kann 31 months ago | reply

    Nicely done.. What was the Shutter Speed, aperature and iso???

  9. Hughes500 31 months ago | reply

    Hi Shaz Van Kann, please check the "Exif"-Data of that pic. You find it under "Actions" over the pic, there you can find all data concerning the shot. it was 1/6 second exposure time...

  10. aescribens 25 months ago | reply

    3D without the 3D glasses! Love it!

  11. hubbuchs 24 months ago | reply

    This makes me feel as if I am the one on the bike. Amazing shot! The best.

  12. Chandan Bhola 23 months ago | reply

    what a terrific motion blur shot!!!! Unmatched !! No words, actually!!

  13. J.J. Taylor 20 months ago | reply

    Dramatic and very interesting.

  14. b dhanu 17 months ago | reply

    JUST WANTED TO KNOW AS TO HOW YOU GOT THE PHOTO AS I SAW BOTH. CAN YOU SPILL SOME DETAILS OF THE PROCEDURE PLEASE. ALSO DID YOU USE AN SLR OR A POINT & SHOOT CAMERA. I TRIED SOMETHING LIKE THIS WITH MY NIKON COOLPIX 4500 BUT NO LUCK. SO THE REASON TO ASK. WOULD BE HIGHLY OBLIGED IF YOU COULD WRITE A LINE OR TWO. THANKS.

  15. Hughes500 17 months ago | reply

    Hi b_dhanu! Please simply check my description a few comments above. There I explained the way I shot it. It is that simple. Just set your cam to a "longer" exposure like 1/8 sec and ride the bike hands-free, then push the button and you´re fine. The more wideangle you have, the more "moving effect" you´ll get... Good luck!

  16. b dhanu 17 months ago | reply

    Hi...Really excellent snap...Love it. However, i tried to dp something alike but with no results. I was very disappointed. I have written to you previously but there was no reply. I would be highly obliged if you could update as to the details of how you took the snap including the exposure as well. Many thanks.

  17. b dhanu 17 months ago | reply

    MANY THANKS HUGHES. I HAVE ASKED YOU AGAIN ANYWAY BUT CAN IT BE DONE WITH A POINT & SHOOT CAMERA LIKE NIKON COOLPIX 4500. PLEASE BEAR WITH ME AS I AM ONLY A BEGINNER AND TRYING TO LEARN FROM GOOD SNAPS LIKE YOURS! I READ ALL THE COMMENTS OF ALL YOUR 4 PHOTOS THAT I COULD FIND AND TRIED BUT TO NO RESULT. OF COURSE I WILL KEEP TRYING AND GET TO YOU WHEN I SUCCEED :)

  18. Marky-Mark2010 16 months ago | reply

    When I enlarged the handlebar photo, I got and felt the movement of the bike.

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