This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Green.
I discovered that I had rather a lot of green photos that would work for the challenge. So I decided to go with two very different photos featuring vastly different amounts of green.
One of my abstract trees created by vertically panning the camera during exposure.
A green kayak appears out of the fog on Lake Huron, Ontario.
This is my day 20 contribution to Becky’s October Squares: Lines photo challenge.
Abstract tree lines formed by vertically panning the camera during exposure giving a motion blur.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Tree Art.
An abstract image of trees created by panning the camera vertically during exposure.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Trees.
Hoarfrost covered trees at sunrise, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Silver Birch trees in snow on Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England.
Quaking Aspens reflected in a slough in the autumn, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Trees in the snow, Hatherton, Cheshire, England.
Abstract trees on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.
Trees and their shadows, Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England.
A hodgepodge of tree trunks on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.
Several evening walks in cloudy, dull weather during week 33 saw me experimenting with deliberate camera movement during exposure. I was panning the camera up or down, trying to get the camera movement to follow the direction of the tree trunks.
I ended up taking quite a few photos over three evenings and discovered that the results were different each time due in part to the strength and quality of the light. The other variable was I used different lenses, apertures and changed the ISO between the evenings. Having had fun experimenting maybe I should make notes and try to analyse the settings I have used already.
The settings for this shot were 1/4 second exposure at f/5.6 and 100 ISO.