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‘Motion-blur’ image series taken, just for a bit of random fun! :-) Pre-focused, then waited to see who stepped into the frame …

Top end of Hosier Lane, Melbourne
… during a recent photo-walk with GH

Canon 50D, 55-250
Available light (bright sunny early Spring afternoon)
Minor trim to left side of image,
otherwise straight from camera

Images below are clickable

Capturing people being people, and the finer details of four and two wheeled blingy classic automotives – two fave ‘topics’ of imagery :-))

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  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 4 years ago

    Yep, I’d be more than glad to make a return to H Lane in the not-too-distant future! Great set up and shot Ell!

  • Thank you, and me too Georgie!
    Feel like I haven’t even ‘scratched the surface’ with this place yet! ;-)
    … next Thurs??

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 4 years ago

    Yep, work permitting that sounds great!

  • Excellent!! Will see if Dan is available :-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtover 4 years ago

    wonderful street shot Eli!!!!

  • Thank you Patricia, it’s fun to do, this sort of random shot – highly recommended, just for a hoot! :-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Lacey Scarbro
    Lacey Scarbroover 4 years ago

    This is also a great composition! The street & sidewalk here offset the wall nicely. The man-blur fits in nicely & adds a nice spot of color along with the lines, sign & trash bin!
    Great set up! I love your “step into my image” concept!

  • Thank you very much Lacey! :-)
    Liked the extreme contrast of that wall against the drabness of the darker wall and cobblestones … and as the street sign and trash bin couldn’t be avoided, made them ‘work’ to be included ;-) … then just for fun, waited for someone to step into the image :-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Andrew Kalpage
    Andrew Kalpageover 4 years ago

    You have a great eye…love the composition of this shot…and the use of selective colour.

  • Denzel, thank you so much!! :-)
    ‘Selective colour’ is quite by accident … Hosier Lane is such a vibrant place of colour that it makes everything else seem drab and colourless in comparison, especially the bluestone cobbles in this image – aside from a minor trim to the left edge (to remove a business’ name plaque), the image is straight from the camera, with no post-ed or selective colour work ;-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • claireh
    clairehover 3 years ago

    This is great! Well done Ell

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