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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; Here is a few from this past week... Bark at Long Lake Herbert River landscape Lining back up Herbert River ...

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    Here is a few from this past week...

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    Lining back up Herbert River

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    I know this assignment is over, but when I went out to shoot Christmas lights I accidentally touched the remote shutter release a couple of times, and then had to wait several seconds for the time exposures to finish. These both looked pretty cool to me. Happy accidents. The assignment is now complete.



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    I guess there is no rule on posting after the fact. LOL.
    Just wanted to say that i love the variety here and all the attempts members have made!
    This is a fun technique to play with. Difficult as hell to master, but fun to play with.
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