Paul - who brings friendly nonsense (blur_kiwi) wrote,
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Abstract photo number 8

This is the last of these abstract images, and I felt I ought to give a brief explanation. It all started a while ago.

ironicpseudonym gave me a little challenge to take a photograph defined by the word 'motion'. I tried lots of things, none of which I was particularly happy with. This one included. Now that I review it, I'm okay with it. 

The effect is one that is, apparently, easy to do with photoshop, but I don't have that, so I did it just with the camera. It took a few goes but I think I ended up with what I was looking to achieve. For those who don't know, these are elderberries.



I like that the ones in focus are in exactly the spot within the image that I wanted them to be.

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