Ashish Pandeyon Jul 19
Thanks for your kind words. The key to such photographs is the right shutter speed. All I did here was use a slow shutter speed (in fact I was forced to do that because of low light at dusk), and the effect is that fast motion of hands and legs make them fade away while keeping the rest of body nearly visible. Another side effect is the way water comes out as streaks rather then frozen drops. An effect contrary to this would be to use a fast enough shutter speed that will show you the whole body sharp and water drops distinctly frozen in air - though such an effect would demand a lot of light and is usually better done during the day. Oh, and for the record, I used a long lens (200mm focal length) to shoot this one, it helps to get the above perspective and is easier to shoot without distracting the subject
Wish you All the Best with you new camera. Happy shooting, and feel free to write to me via the "Contact Me" page if you need any details :)
Prasannaon Jul 19
some really great pics. am genuinly amazed! i love this snap. if its ok could you tell me how you got this one. i just bought my first DSLR and am learning with my standard kit lense (18-55).