Here Comes the Bride...

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    One of my favorite shots of the day. I had one chance at this pan shot and I thought it turned out pretty good.

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    1. Big Grey Mare 91 months ago | reply

      A gorgeous shot!!! Beautiful soft light!

    2. sparkspill 91 months ago | reply

      wonderful!
      nice timing!

    3. Micky** 91 months ago | reply

      Great capture, I love the happiness on their faces.

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    4. ms4jah 90 months ago | reply

      Yes, this pan shot turned out awesome! Great job! I agree, it turned out pretty good is right! The degree of difference in motion from the back to the front is the main accomplishment.

      Oh sure, it would be better if the subject was crystal clear but the main point is that the subject is motionless in comparison to the backgrown which shows lots of motion.

      Honestly, I really like this one. I can appreciate the difficulty in getting a shot like this to come out half-way decent. And the girl looks so pretty—very important.

    5. januaryman 89 months ago | reply

      Pan shots are difficult to get right. I've been shoot for a hundred years and have only one that worked. Good job. Very nice.

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    6. Alex Bamford 89 months ago | reply

      If there was no blur on them they'd look as if they were gliding on wheels. For me, the (very slight) motion on their heads adds to the reality of this shot. Fantastic picture, well anticapated. Hope they were overjoyed.

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