An impression of trees, part two.

Continuing my experiments of deliberate camera movement during exposure. For this shot I framed a group of thin tree trunks and panned the camera up in the direction of the trunks as I released the shutter.

The settings for this shot were an exposure time of 1/3 of a second with an aperture of f/5.6 at 100 ISO.

Abstract tree trunks.

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