This is my contribution to Ann-Christine’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: You Pick It prompt.
Shortly before Ann-Christine posted the prompt I had been for a walk. One of the things I did on the walk was continue my experiments with intentional camera movement.
As a result I decided to look back at some of the photos from my experiments with intentional camera movement. Specifically the photos of trees on my walks.
Trees in leaf in mid summer. A previously unedited photo from the 52 week photo project I did in 2018.
Bare trees in the snow in winter. A photo from about six weeks ago when I was limited to certain routes when out for a walk.
Trees in a mixture of leaf litter and patches of snow. A photo from a few weeks ago after a thaw. The mixture of leaf litter and snow on the ground gives the foreground a different appearance.
Bare trees in early spring. Taken last Saturday afternoon and the photo that gave me the idea for this post.
This is my day 4 contribution to Becky’s April Squares on the theme of Bright.
A motion blurred motorcycle endurance racer at night. A competitor in the Le Mans 24 hour motorcycle endurance race in France. Taken 39 years ago this weekend.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Art for art’s sake prompt.
I thought about some of the abstract images I had made in the winter. As a result I decided to make the post about some of the photos featuring snow
My Monochrome Monday post this week is another shot of trees in snow using intentional camera movement.
Taken 10 days ago it will probably be the last of the trees in snow photos as most of the snow has gone after a rapid thaw.
Monochrome Monday this week is continuing my experiments with intentional camera movement.
For the past couple of weeks I have been experimenting with intentional camera movement when out for my walks around the neighborhood.
I have been testing a variety of lenses adapted to a couple of mirrorless cameras. In this case I was using my single coated Olympus OM Zuiko 50mm lens from the mid 1970s in conjunction with a polarizing filter from the early 1980s. I was using the polarizing filter as a weak ND filter as I didn’t want to dig my filter kit out of the car.
However, the mix of ancient equipment gave all the photos from the walk a strange colour balance. So I did a monochrome conversion to some of the images.