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consistency in shutter release timing

Discussion in 'Badminton Photography' started by kwun, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    was going through some old photos. noticed these 2 pair of images from the HKO2007. shot from the same location using AChan's 200/2.8L
     

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    and this is the other pair of photos.
     

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    ...it seems you never moved from the spot the whole day :eek:

    PS: Must tell Markis Kido to hold his racquet up :D
     
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    and here is another pair.

    these are not the same hit. in fact, they are around 1 min apart from each other.
     

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    ^^These two, above..^^

    ...look to be the most similar; eerily similar pose in both pics, with the same open mouth, arm bent at side, and shirt opening up at the same location..Couldn't get more identical than that..I guess the determining factor, in all these, is timing..:cool:
     
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    It's like one of those "spot the difference" contests. Almost identical
     
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    this shld be "spot the same" contest haha
     
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    Hmm..

    ..i think we have to help kwun decide which pictures, above, he should keep and which one he should delete..:confused: :rolleyes:;)
     
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    i am keeping both. i don't think one is worthy without the other.
     
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    Hmm..all properties are identical, too..

    ..i just checked the properties of both pictures and both are identical: shutter speed is 1/1250 and lens aperture is F2....:cool:
     

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