Flash Back of Panam City, by Tanmoy Saha

I took this photograph at Panam City, Bangladesh. I applied the zoom blur effect with my zoom lens, so that it feels like the ancient city is pulling you back to its glorious history through its narrow alleys, where amazing architectures are stand still on its both sides.

Flash Back of Panam City, by Tanmoy Saha

Canon EOS 60D with EF-S 15-85mm | Exposure 1/10sec @ f/14 | ISO 100 | Focal Length 15mm
Flash Back of Panam City, by Tanmoy Saha

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 08
Award Score: 68.5 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 12, Skill 12.5)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Motion Photography
Photograph Location: Panam City, Sonargaon | Bangladesh

Photographer: Tanmoy Saha Turja (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Registered
Tanmoy Saha has started photography since September 2007. Graduated in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from North South University, Tanmoy has been working in Audio Visual department of ZANALA Bangladesh from June, 2012. He has completed Basic Photography course from Dhaka University Photography Society (DUPS), and Foundation Photography course from Pathshala. His favorite sectors of photography are portraits, landscapes, and wildlife. His photographs have been presented in Friendship Art Exhibition on its 3rd and 4th Exhibition at National Art Gallery, Bangladesh.

Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/turjas
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10 reviews
    • Tanmoy Saha
      Tanmoy Saha says:

      Thanks for you interest on the technique behind my photograph. To apply this technique, firstly, a zoom lens is required, I have used Canon EF-S 15-85mm lens here. Secondly, need to select the subject, where nothing but that will be in focus. Need to zoom in at a certain level and focus the selected subject. Thirdly, while setting the exposure, need to set a low shutter speed. I chose 1/10 sec for this photograph. Finally, Need to zoom out while releasing the shutter.
      Using a tripod can come up with better photograph while applying this technique.

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