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November 2011 - Intentional camera movement during the exposure

This is a discussion on November 2011 - Intentional camera movement during the exposure within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Originally Posted by theantiquetiger Scorp, your second shot is pretty awesome!!! It has a water color or pastel chalk painting ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    Scorp, your second shot is pretty awesome!!! It has a water color or pastel chalk painting feel.
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    I did one more today. It was tripod mounted, F6.3, 1600 ISO, 0.4 sec speed. I just turned the camera. I was trying to make a composite by using this shot and a still frame of the same candle, but it did not look good.

    I like how this one came out and how the wood on the table is just in focus.


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    Not so much movement of the camera, but rather the zoom lens ...

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    found another one .. this time it is camera movement ...

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    ^ Well done Matt. I really like this one.
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    More cool stuff... I tried this yesterday with crappy results... another try this weekend I guess.
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    Just after sunup today, I had a lot of fun experimenting with this technique - definitely going to do more another time. I wanted to use the orange palette of the autumn leaves at my favourite hangout - Mud Lake. The best setting more me was Manual. Aperture Priority often produced more brightness than I wanted. On manual, the lens stays at F4.5. Therefore, in order to get longer exposures (approx. 1/4 sec. to 1 sec.) I stacked a couple of neutral density filters on my 50mm lens.The first images I tried were using minimal camera movement but vigorous shaking - they turned out the way I expected - I could still recognize the scenery. Gradually, I experimented with longer, slower camera movements. My favourite (pivot & swoop) shot of the leaf-covered ground at my feet produced a much more dramatic effect than I had envisioned. One note if you try this assignment: I got a few funny looks from passersby on the trail - it must have looked as if I was dancing with my camera.

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    Here are two other images from that morning that I liked.

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    these are awesome. Doug I love your experimentation. this is my poor effort to start but it's a learning curve to be sure
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