Autumn impressions #2

Posted by Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 10 February 2012 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

At the end of the autumn I did some experiments using an UWA-zoom lens (10-20mm) in combination with a 10 stops ND filter. While zooming in or out during the extended opening of the shutter - different effects can be made in combination with different movements of the camera.
All images are handheld and "single-click". No additional cropping or rendering was applied - only a basic RAW to JPG conversion: just the images as they were taken at the scene.


Image: Schilde (BE) - 04/11/2011

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Maureen from Prescott, United States

Nicely done zoom burst!

10 Feb 2012 3:06pm

@Maureen: Thanks for letting me know the name of this type of images. I wasn't aware of the english name !

Baldwin VW from Bejuma, Venezuela

Like entering a tunnel at very high speed :-)))) Really interesting

10 Feb 2012 7:30pm

@Baldwin VW: Indeed a good comparison, Baldwin. Thanks.

christine from oelegem, Belgium

Een echt abstract, het zou zelfs de onderkant van een paddenstoel kunnen zijn. :o)

10 Feb 2012 8:15pm

@christine: ...toch een behoorlijk onbekende soort dan volgens mij :-)))) Groetjes !

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

neat

11 Feb 2012 12:05am

@john4jack: A little more effect compared to yesterday's image. Thanks for commenting again, Jack.

daniela scharnowski from Berlin, Germany

the long exposured pictures I love best here, they seems so smooth and "naturally". great experiment!

18 Feb 2012 9:39am

@daniela scharnowski: The longer the exposure, the more time to vary the effect of the zoom ... Glad you like this series, Daniela.

Canon EOS 400D
4 seconds
F/22.0
ISO 100
20 mm

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