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Post by RBorud » Fri Jun 28, 2019 1:02 pm

Was at a Ojibwa Wicipi two weeks ago and shot nearly 4000 images, I know I though I was crazy when I got home. Thanks for looking and
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Post by minniev » Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:15 pm

RBorud wrote:
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Was at a Ojibwa Wicipi two weeks ago and shot nearly 4000 images, I know I though I was crazy when I got home. Thanks for looking and OilPainting3BBB.jpgplease enjoy. RBorud
Good to see you again! I always enjoy your images. This is no exception. It's wonderfully engaging, full of movement, detail, and color. You've isolated the dancer well with the new background (I know from experience that you probably extracted it from a very busy powwow or ceremonial background, and I also know that these dancers and their regalia are incredibly hard to extricate). Nice shadow! I'd be interested to know if it's an original shadow that you moved from the original photo or one you created. I'm trying to learn how to do both. The created shadow ranges from challenging to impossible for me.
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Post by RBorud » Fri Jun 28, 2019 8:49 pm

Minneive The shadow is the original together with some of my dabblings. RBorud

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Post by Karen » Sat Jun 29, 2019 2:57 pm

OMG, I’ve never seen “the heart” in a stop-action shot before! I see his inward, twist out, downward, and balance motions. I looked, and kept looking until I could feel it, physically. Thank you. It was a wonderful experience.

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Post by minniev » Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:50 pm

Karen wrote:
Sat Jun 29, 2019 2:57 pm
OMG, I’ve never seen “the heart” in a stop-action shot before! I see his inward, twist out, downward, and balance motions. I looked, and kept looking until I could feel it, physically. Thank you. It was a wonderful experience.
You nailed it, Karen, next best thing to being there. Welcome to the forum.
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