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03-09-2019, 07:45 AM   #16
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I grew up watching reruns Tom Baker as the Doctor in the early 80's.
Very Terry Nation. Very well done too.

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1/1000 of a second 55-300mm WR PLM

At the Jewish Community Center Doggy Dip fund raiser. This Coon Hound apparently hadn’t gotten the hang of dog paddling. It would bring its forelegs completely out of the water and make huge splashes. If one didn’t know any better it looked as if it were drowning. I love photographing dogs and capturing airborne water droplets. Win - win.

Btw, years ago I had a 20 mile commute after dark and I’d aim my Canon A1 with a Sun(?) 24-40mm lens and Kodachrome 64 out the side window and shoot long exposures of traffic. All my old film pictures are packed away.
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Like the one of the bottles, I have tried a similar effect using multiple exposure, but its not worked due to slight movement of camera when de-focusing for the second image. I will try your technique and hope for better results!
Just tried it out. It works! Thank you.
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Very Terry Nation. Very well done too.
I was reminded of Avon in Blakes's 7!!

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With fibre optic light mod
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Multiple exposure and rotating camera

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A couple of event shoots cancelled or postponed due to...

... Heavy rain and thunderstorms today.

Looks to be great day to play photographer indoors.
Checklist:
30”x72” table cleared off?
Check.
Tripod?
Check.
Black and white foam core?
Check.
Lume Cubes on mini-tripods?
Check.
Posting here to put pressure on myself to produce something?
Check.
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The old take a photo of a reflection and turn it upside down routine (hopefully the photo is now visible):





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QuoteOriginally posted by richard0170 Quote
Just tried it out. It works! Thank you.
Lovely result! You're welcome!

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Spinning and zoomed cattails.
DA* 50-135. Used the zoom ring as my pivot point, which provided the zoom at the same time. 1/8 f22
Cool!

For some of my zoom exposures, I'd prefer a push-pull zoom, as I don't always want a rotational element in the movement, which I find harder to avoid with twist zooms. Practice, practice, practice!

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QuoteOriginally posted by BrianR Quote
Great idea for a thread

I may have posted these elsewhere on PF years ago. Both involved zooming during the exposure using a rope & pully (these are self portraits) and a burst of flash at the start to expose for the face. The top one had a rim light in stroboscopic mode firing repeatedly during the exposure, and the bottom had Christmas lights behind for some continuous light streaks (I was much happier with the B&W one).

I grew up watching reruns Tom Baker as the Doctor in the early 80's.
Very cool! Love the B&W one! Straight outta Gallifrey!

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The old take a photo of a reflection and turn it upside down routine:


Edit: Apologies if you can't see the photo. I'm trying to fix the link.
I've done some of that too; looking forward to yours. The results can be interestingly disorienting and hallucinogenic.
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Red lips on stamp holder x 7 exposures.

18-135 with 7 exposures at regular focal length intervals. Cropped square to hide light source, Lume Cube with barn door attachment.
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Hello, Norma Jean...



K-S2, 18-50, f 4, ISO 100, 1/13 sec.

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K-S2, 18-50, f 11, ISO 400, 1/8 sec.
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By remarkable coincidence, I took my first halting steps on this path only yesterday. It was a "blur" theme day in the Single In March 2019 challenge, and given that my lens is (1) very sharp and (2) produces great depth of field I experimented with rotation and zoom during slower exposures.

Compared to most of the examples in this thread, these aren't up to snuff, but it's a start!



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This was with a flash and a camera shake. Trying to create the look of being puled up a tractor beam into a spaceship.
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By remarkable coincidence, I took my first halting steps on this path only yesterday. It was a "blur" theme day in the Single In March 2019 challenge, and given that my lens is (1) very sharp and (2) produces great depth of field I experimented with rotation and zoom during slower exposures.

Compared to most of the examples in this thread, these aren't up to snuff, but it's a start!
Welcome aboard! Thanks for posting. I think they work very well. Keep playing and show us what you come up with. I've already seen some things I'm going to try myself.
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The image that sort of sparket off this thread.

K-3 & FA43, 1/3s. The lens was pointing straight down and I twisted the camera while attempting to keep the centre of the image stable.



Same camera and lens on the same walk, exposure time 1s with intentinal camera movement. The subject is a wet road surface reflecting the light from street lamps.



Same as the above, the subject being a passing car.

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