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Between Two Lost Dreams
Lens: Various. Camera: K5 
Posted By: captainbert, 03-01-2013, 06:59 PM

Hi. I haven't posted on here in a long time. I'm plenty busy with my K5 using multiple exposure mode a lot along with 'Intentional Camera Movement' techniques on some shots.

These were all taken with various different lenses:
















Multiple exposure with a twist of the zoom ring one of the exposures:




Double exposure with lens change in the middle of exposures with mirror open (not ideal but had to be done)




3 in camera exposures:




4 in camera exposures:




4 in camera exposures (with some ICM-2 secs)



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03-01-2013, 07:12 PM   #2
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Garbhan, it has been way too long since you last posted. All of these are wonderful to view, I can't pick a favorite as I enjoyed every one. Don't be a stranger my friend and keep up the great work.
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I'm speechless. Wonderful, wonderful work! I especially like #2 and #8.
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Garbhan, it has been way too long since you last posted. All of these are wonderful to view, I can't pick a favorite as I enjoyed every one. Don't be a stranger my friend and keep up the great work.
Hi Bob, indeed tis been way too long my friend. I'll be back more often for sure. Many thanks for the kind words too sir, much appreciated.

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I'm speechless. Wonderful, wonderful work! I especially like #2 and #8.
Thank you very much Russell!
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A beautiful set of mystical images. Thanks for sharing.
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Amazing stuff!! I'm drawn in to each photo as if were another world.

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The first shot blew me away and then I saw the rest. Your technique is fantastic. These have such a wonderful moody abstract other-worldly feel to them. Absolutely wonderful.

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Great to see a artist at work. JIM
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A beautiful set of mystical images. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you very much Causey : )

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Amazing stuff!! I'm drawn in to each photo as if were another world.

Jer
Much appreciated Jer!

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The first shot blew me away and then I saw the rest. Your technique is fantastic. These have such a wonderful moody abstract other-worldly feel to them. Absolutely wonderful.
Thanks a million Susan, really appreciate the kind words!

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Great to see a artist at work. JIM
That's mega nice to hear Jimbo, thank you sir!
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