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Competition Result IOTW Winner for Week Ending 19/05/2019

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hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
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Well over to me once more to choose this weeks IOTW. Lots of great macro continuing to appear with the warmer weather. However, the image that is this week's winner is by @Pete Larkin, from the thread Impressionist seascapes. Well done Pete on this week's Image of the Week

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Grumpy John

Here a lot
Wonderful image, it really captures the imagination. I notice from the EXIF data that the shutter speed was 0.4 sec. Was the blur created by ICM (intentional camera movement), or is it the natural movenent of the yachts on the water?
 

Pete Larkin

Always on
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Wonderful image, it really captures the imagination. I notice from the EXIF data that the shutter speed was 0.4 sec. Was the blur created by ICM (intentional camera movement), or is it the natural movenent of the yachts on the water?
Thanks John. The image has been captured with ICM - a small upward movement with the camera, in this case - but also, as you suggest, there was movement of the boats in the water at the same time giving a touch of lateral movement.
 

Grumpy John

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Thanks John. The image has been captured with ICM - a small upward movement with the camera, in this case - but also, as you suggest, there was movement of the boats in the water at the same time giving a touch of lateral movement.
Thanks for the explanation, I must try this one day.
Once again, an exceptional image well worth the win.
 
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