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Mongo likes this clever image. 

 

First, the concept of movement built into an image about "stop" is an interesting mix of concepts and technique

secondly, it is good in its execution; particularly in the framing/positioning of the main elements

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Well executed and i second Mongo's comments.

Did you do this in camera (dragging the shutter, flash on second curtain)? Or in post?


HansC, doin' life

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It mimics the zoom-in efect pretty well. Agreing with Mongo here. It works


Never thought the thread could take this direction

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