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    I was thinking it might be a shutter slit effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpurdy View Post
    Looks like there was another pedestrian with a frozen foot on the bottom left that he dodged out in printing.
    No that is just a doppelganger!
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    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    I'm not so sure it would be that easy to do with the model moving everything but their foot on a long exposure, or with combination printing. I think it was a false foot/leg with a slightly longer trouser leg flapping around in the wind.
    Do you have a spare foot and leg laying around?

    What makes the photograph work is that the blur of the upper body is believable. A composite photograph is often not believable; neither are contrivances like a false body part.
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Do you have a spare foot and leg laying around?

    What makes the photograph work is that the blur of the upper body is believable. A composite photograph is often not believable; neither are contrivances like a false body part.
    So what is your solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    So what is your solution?
    I posted that in post #2.

    Shoot from above.
    Long exposure.
    Show the model the photograph of what you want.
    Tell the model to not move his foot but move everything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    I posted that in post #2.
    But can you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    Would you like to do this and post your result, as I don't think it would work.



    I suspect the person in the Steinert photogaph was running, in which case there is no time when both feet are on the ground:
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    I don't have any of my own work like that scanned for posting, but it would look something like this:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    No that is just a doppelganger!

    Had to look that up. Now I will be on the peripheral lookout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    I don't have any of my own work like that scanned for posting, but it would look something like this. One-second exposure:
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    However, those folks are just walking and spend too much time with both feet on the ground.
    I suspect the person in the Steinert photogaph was running, in which case there is no time when both feet are on the ground:
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    No, the whole of the upper leg and body is missing, nothing like the image you post.

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    I'd like to believe it was a single frame, but it seems the simplest explanation is a camera on tripod for several frames. On one frame there is a blurred pedestrian, whole body... but it is superimposed through a vignette as a combination print onto a blank sidewalk frame.

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