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Balloon Pop

Discussion in 'Past Entries' started by mucca_D, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. mucca_D

    mucca_D Well-known Member

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    Ballon Pop! nay BANG!

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    Balloon Pops by Doug, on Flickr​

    ISO 100 70mm f4 4sec


    Balloon hung over bath. Camera on Tripod black card stuck to tiles.

    Flash set to lowest power and conected through my DIY sound trigger (learning to program arduino)
    Lights out. Hit ballon with pin on stick

    Hope you like it:)
     
  2. BubbleDouble

    BubbleDouble Well-known Member

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    Yep, like it, very well captured :smashin:

    Seems people have pulled out all the stops this month. I really must learn how to build a trigger, or buy one of those cheap ones from eBay.

    Darren
     
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    Nicely done.:thumbsup:
     
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    simonblue Well-known Member

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    Like it,but the border,and your name bottom right spoil it a bit for me :)
     
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    RajP Well-known Member

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    Agree with Simonblue that it is a nicely captured shot bot the border and name are distracting....
     
  6. shotokan101

    shotokan101 Distinguished Member

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    +1 - don't see the point in having part of the picture as the border TBH - very good shot spoiled by that for me..... :(
     
  7. mucca_D

    mucca_D Well-known Member

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    Nay worries:) I seem to have a thing for boarders at the mo:D
     
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    Vigmandingo Active Member

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    If pictures were printed, then the border is pointless - that I agree. But with most being viewed on a screen, I think it sets them off nicely.
     
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    forgot...great capture regardless :facepalm:
     
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    Nicely done.
     
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    Miranda Well-known Member

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    Personally, moaning about borders or signatures on the photos is completely irrelevant and pointless. It's the picture people should be looking at. Or would you not appreciate a great masters painting because he signed it and framed it?
    I think this is a great capture. Takes some patience and effort! Good addition to the pool of this months photos :)
     
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  12. shotokan101

    shotokan101 Distinguished Member

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    It's not a general moan about the use of a border (in this case) Miranda (- it's the format/style of the border being in effect an "overlay" on top of part of the image with parts of the image been seen on the outside of the apparent border - which as I've said spoils it a little for me as it detracts from my viewing of the lovely image to an extent - just as an Old Master drawing an inner border with a white magic marker about 1/4" wide two inches inside the outer edge of one of their canvasses would spoil that for me too ;)
     
  13. mucca_D

    mucca_D Well-known Member

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    :D:D:laugh::D:D

    Note to self. dont use the grunge frame from onOne software :)

    Doug
     

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