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  #135 One-second Exposure
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Spinning Oak       ©2013 SteveBee
Panasonic DMC-G5       4th place, 137 points
1s, f16, ISO 160, 32mm, Shutter Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: tweaked vibrance, saturation, shadows, highlights, exposure       Extra Info: Rotated camera during exposure with neutral density filter on lens
 
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Lo
Nov 25, 2013
    You certainly found a winning combination - Congratulations on your two top 5's.

Jade O.
Nov 25, 2013
    Two top 5's! And a high five from me!

mrsawyer
Nov 25, 2013
    Double top-5 for you. Great job!!!

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Lo
Nov 25, 2013
    Well done on the exposure, and the rotation!

johncomyn
Nov 25, 2013
    You did well with rotating your camera, not easy to do.

Mepo
Nov 24, 2013
    I like the effect a lot.

KJW
Nov 24, 2013
    Hopefully you were spinning camera on your tripod & not spiinning yourself along with it, talk about dizzy, lol. I really like your interpretation for this challenge.

dk
Nov 23, 2013
    The radial effect is very good. I might have moved the top of the tree a bit more off center.

SteveBee
Nov 22, 2013
    The speed of rotation within the image varies with the distance from center. Think of riding the inner versus the outer horses on a carousel. Anyway, this means whatever is in the center of the image shows less relative motion blur than what is nearer the edges. I placed the top of the tree in the center to retain some distinctness in the limbs.

forkcandles
Nov 22, 2013
    maybe a slower spin would have made the trunk more relevant

kardster
Nov 22, 2013
    I can't view this without my mind rotating the image - very nice.

How did you get the fairly static tree tunk and limbs? Did you hold the camera still for most of the exposure and rotate it towards the end?

arctic monkeys
Nov 22, 2013
    The colours contrast and are very pretty, and its blurred very neatly. In my favourites.

cookiejar
Nov 22, 2013
    A very effective result, nice idea.

Jade O.
Nov 21, 2013
    I like the innovation but am unsure about the connection between tree and spinning. Still, it is technically well done.
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