The image above is created in camera...okay converted to mono in Camera Raw but the soft/sharp blurry look is just another way of using the in camera multiple exposure menu setting and if you pin 'em...
Great with "before-after" examples (what the subject actually looked like and how it looks when intentional camera motion" is applied.
"Consider camera motion in this way: The landscape you see through the viewfinder is a canvas wet with paint, your film in your camera is a blank sheet of white paper pressed against it. Any movement of your camera will result in the landscape being painted onto the film according to the movement." Photographing Creative Landscapes - Michael Orton, 2002
Emotions of impressionism: Shortridge exhibit captures life interpretations at ... San Diego Community Newspaper Group In the mountainous region of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Stephen Charles Shortridge rises each morning at 5 a.m.
We noticed many distant and close captures of shadowy subjects from our community lately, and here's a sample of beautifully outlined figures and objects in backlit scenery around the globe. See, and share, more photos in ...
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