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Panning (African Darter)

Panning (African Darter)
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Copyright: Andrea Piazza (elefantino) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1123 W: 115 N: 2184] (14406)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-06-13
Categories: Birds
Camera: Nikon F100, AF-S VR Zoom-NikkorED 70-200mm f/2.8G IF, Fuji Velvia 50
Details: Tripod: Yes
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2006-03-24 3:43
Viewed: 4997
Points: 10
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Panning of African Darter
Murchison Falls National Park

After several attempts, and a couple of rolls of Velvia wasted, I succeded in getting what I was looking for...
This picture seems to be post-modern paint.
I took it from a boat.

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To Merlin: Workshopelefantino 5 02-03 01:54
To kluman: darterelefantino 1 02-03 01:49
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Love this one Andrea!!!

I love your "Monet-esque" shot, and a lot of work has clearly gone into this shot. I would have loved to see the original slide, as I know how much is lost by scanning. I would have done a little more PP work on this image - I've done a quick workshop - I hope you like it. Oh! I forgot to add that I cloned out the dust spots in the WS note!
Many thanks for the original work.

Andrea hi, yet another super shot, how cool are you :-)

Bravo Andrea! bel panning.

Ciao Andrea ho visto le tue foto e sono proprio belle. Voglio premiare questa perche mi piace il senso di movimento che da il panning e perche certe foto vanno guardate con attenzione e probabilmente valgono molto di pił ti tanti belli soliti scatti. Ciao gigicacco e Complimenti di cuore

Nice idea. I would venture a guess that this is a Goliath heron rather than the darter, though.

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