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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; I see a lot of nice posts in this assignment. Great stuff!! Heres my first shot at this. Did not ...

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    I see a lot of nice posts in this assignment. Great stuff!!
    Heres my first shot at this. Did not turn out at all like I thought it would. This is gonna take some work I can see. Fun work though!
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    You guys are good... really diggin' these.

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    Over 1700 exposures taken so far for this assignment, and still having fun. Not many keepers each session but the ratio is improving.

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    Left image is a streak of dawn glow surrounded by grey clouds. I rotated the shot to get appearance of smoke rising.
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    Autumn leaves with tree shadows. To get maximum sharpness of lines over the whole field, I kept the camera parallel with ground during the exposure.
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    Here's my first try.... I find this hard to get a nice shot.

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    Here's my take on it....my guitar broke in the making of this as it slid off the stand after I polished it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug L View Post
    Over 1700 exposures taken so far for this assignment, and still having fun. Not many keepers each session but the ratio is improving.

    Autumn Pillars
    Name:  Autumn Pillars.jpg
Views: 275
Size:  73.9 KB

    Left image is a streak of dawn glow surrounded by grey clouds. I rotated the shot to get appearance of smoke rising.
    Name:  Vertical images.jpg
Views: 297
Size:  167.4 KB

    Autumn leaves with tree shadows. To get maximum sharpness of lines over the whole field, I kept the camera parallel with ground during the exposure.
    Name:  Autumn Shadows.jpg
Views: 294
Size:  195.9 KB
    I really like the tree on the right.Well done
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