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    Very nice. Did you zoom in the entire focal length on this shot?
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    And random question: What does the EXIF data look like when you do this? Does it record the focal length at the beginning or end of the exposure? just curious if anybody knew
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    Cornsilky,

    The exif data records the focal length at the beginning of the shot. In this case, that was 22mm. Unfortunately, the end point of the zoom is not recorded but I think that it was close to the 40 mm end point of my lens. When I use this technique, I try a number of different zoom intervals and pick the one that comes out the best.

    Thanks to everyone for your kind comments.

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    Very nice!

    Must try this sometime myself.

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    Great effect! I know what I'm going to be trying.
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    Good idea...I think I'll give this technique a shot (double-pun unintended) as well. Thanks for sharing!

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    nice technique

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    Great shot! Can't wait to try this.

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    Great work there...

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    I love this effect! It's so much fun and your results are always interesting! Nicely done!

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