Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move

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This week’s challenge is to share our interpretation of “on the move”.

I chose this image as it is one of the few photos I’ve managed to capture where the motion is intended.

I like the contrasting speeds represented by the train, the person on the platform and those on the bridge.
 
You can see how other bloggers responded to the challenge at The Daily Post

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AUTHOR: I am might war. I have a love of music, the written word, travel, Anime, polar bears, people and “sticking and colouring”.

14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move

    1. I’m on SmugMug and haven’t sold anything yet. I’m still getting used to the service and working on how to promote my work. It’s one of those learning processes. It was simple enough to set up – especially with their step-by-step guides.

      1. It’s just a case of taking time to look around and finding the system that best works for your personality and needs. Good luck with it.

    1. Hello aNa,

      The camera details for the image are: ISO100 f/4 28mm 1/4sec. I don’t know if that helps.

      I’ve only been using a DSLR for a year and it’s my first experience of using any kind of SLR. I’m still learning what things mean, so I tend to take a series of shots and then use the one that I like best and is most in focus.

      1. MightWar, that sounds like a good way of experimenting and seeing what comes out of it. I’m not an expert so I basically just see what captures my attention as well. I mostly use my phone, though, but I was intrigued by how you got the movement so nicely, that’s why I asked. 😉

        I’m looking forward to more of your pics. Happy blogging!

      2. For some reason, I can’t seem to get the type of images I’m aiming for when using my camera phone. Still working on it, but with my movement difficulties, I’m still coming up with a lot of messes. Which is a shame as I’ve seen just how good photos can be when taken this way and the camera phone is a lot less intrusive/obvious when out and about.

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