I see, my chances are zero this time ;-)
Amazing shot, congratulations!
blosshapperter: My hugs to your son.I would have preferred if you had stated the post processing done (looks like movement blur was performed in post).
no, the movement blur is entirely due to movement and long exposure time. The only post-proc is white-balance and contrast adjustment.
I have just uninstalled my 30 day LR trial version, although I had really planned to buy it. I'll continue to use CS6 as long as it's supported, but re-thinking myworkflow at the same time. I'll probably take a good look at Nikon's Capture NX2, which I've avoided so far. I guess (hope) a company that's interested in selling hardware to its customers is less likely to suddenly turn round and screw them all software-wise.In the long run it's a shame about lot's of useful features in PS. I loved the new perspective control stuff for wide-angle lenses, for example.
Strange to see a company commit suicide like this...
blosshapperter: Amazing shot!Looks like shot with a much heavier equipment...
Thanks!As I wrote, that's an impressive little camera, everything considered. But it does need favourable conditions of course.