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Taken on a recent hiking day out in the Blue Mountains. This effect was achieved in-camera.
motion, trees, australia, nsw, impressionist, bushland, impressionism, blue mountains, adriana glackin
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are you really sure you need a new camera… you seem to be doing quite well with this one…. nice delicate shot…..:)
Ha ha – I was using Tatiana’s spare Canon 30D with this shot – and yes Juilee, I really, really need a new camera after having had a play with 30D… ;)
– Adriana Glackin
Beautiful and dreamy… I love those muted tones, gorgeous work.
Well, thanks so much – I was channelling you that day, I must say – lol! :D
ok you’ve convinced me…. go the new camera…..:)
Weeee! I’m saving as fast as I can!! (I did also shoot with an old argus – ttv – that day too…give me a chance to upload one of those!)
hehe, that’s such a nice thing to say, thanks so much :D, welcome to my world, I have really bad eye sight (very short sighted) – I think it really helps with this style of photography :)
Ha ha ha – I wish I’d known this years ago, I’m short-sighted, too. The world looks like that without my glasses, anyway I only found out that day that you can adjust the focus of the viewfinder – I thought I was really blind, as nothing seemed in focus…lol!
There’s a strange irony in there somewhere!!If I can, the viewfinder is the first thing I adjust on a camera and when looking through binoculars, I have to use one eye!!
It just goes to show, that I obviously pay no attention what-so-ever to instruction manuals…lol! :)
Well – whatever your eyesight Adriana – this is some pretty awesome camera work!
Awww – thanks so much, it’s a technique that I’ve admired for a while, but just never got around to trying it out until that day out. :)
Don’t listen to Juilee, Adriana. You know a DSLR belongs in your hands ….
Where did you shoot this one? Love it.
Ha ha ha! I’ll have that DSLR before you know it – counting my pennies now! I shot this just below our lunch spot, where the rocks were covered in moss, you know, one of the places where I fell over…ahem…it was nice and dark and I think it was a 2 second exposure.
Lovely glow to it!
Thanks micklyn – glad you like it :D
You’re going to inspire me Adriana! I’ve admired this technique ‘from a distance’ for ages too – but never properly tried it yet… ;)))
Oh, give it a try – you might just surprise yourself!!! :D
Hi Adriana well done the image looks like a painting.
Hi there Ian – how are you photography studies going? Glad you like this image, I was pretty happy with it, too! :D