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Time Warp

Time Warp. A jump to the right, and then a step to the left, with your hands on your hips you bring your knees in tight, but it’s the pelvic thrust that gets your tripod in to the exact place that you want. Number 3 from my top 7 tips to improve your photography.

Exif Data

Canon EOS 6D

EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Aperture
f/8.0
Exposure
1/500
ISO
100
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/500
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 6th July 2019
  • Uploaded: 16th July 2019
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 169
  • Likes: 80



  • Joe Lightheart
    7 months ago
    cool shot! Funny description
    • Howard
      7 months ago
      It's good that you're back. Will you be posting images from your travels?
      • Joe Lightheart
        7 months ago
        Thank you, Howard - so nice to see your work again and was wondering how Louie was getting on. I was just thinking yesterday that in the past 12 months, I've traveled to 15 countries and to 15 of the United States and have very little pics to post. I've got a few that I think are worthy and will post soon.
    • Howard
      7 months ago
      Thank you. I wanted to photograph these trees with a sunrise or sunset behind them but they face the wrong way.
      • Joe Lightheart
        7 months ago
        sometimes I think this is 2019...why isn't it all perfect? you did a great job without the sunrise or sunset in this shot - like your composition and pov.
  • Howard
    7 months ago
    Thanks to donniko for sharing.
  • wallace
    • Seller
    • Pro
    9 months ago
    Like this, not one but many
  • TheInnerProduct
    10 months ago
    ohh this is such an amazing shot
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      Thank you, I'm glad you like it.
  • Jim Anglin
    10 months ago
    I would've thought an incantation might be in order as well ... and perhaps that a 24mm wide angle may have given it some mystical quality too.
  • Howard
    10 months ago
    Thanks to Christelle Berthon for sharing.
  • MarkChinn
    10 months ago
    Did I miss tips 1 & 2?
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      No, I forgot to post them, I'll pop back in time and correct that error soon.
  • socialtruant
    10 months ago
    I now have a mental picture in my head of you dressed in drag.

    I know this is wrong, but It's kinda working for me ;-)

    Think it's the beard.
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      It's a long time since I dressed in drag but I feel a disturbing selfie coming on.
  • Howard
    10 months ago
    Thanks to Jsvasquez1986 for sharing.
  • Howard
    10 months ago
    Thanks to Tom Oswald for sharing.
  • Danny See
    10 months ago
    Great shot!
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      Thank you
  • Irene Carson
    • Seller
    • Pro
    10 months ago
    Followed your advice, did my back in. Photo messes with my vision, too, you must have applied some other magic. Off to physio therapy now.
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      Sorry to hear about your back: My insurance should cover it if you want to sue. I used a radial filter in PS to give the sky a bit of drama and to match the rows in the field.
      • Irene Carson
        • Seller
        • Pro
        10 months ago
        My back is better now, thanks. Thanks also for revealing your secret technique. Off to the optician tomorrow to explain that it was all a mistake.
  • Denise Savage
    10 months ago
    Hahaha! Best advice I’ve heard.
  • Elenka Smilenova
    10 months ago
    thanks for the advice
    • Howard
      10 months ago
      lol, 6 more tips to come!
  • vision
    10 months ago
    Very nice respective!