As I Saw it Thirty Seconds Later — For Three Seconds

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Abstract / Impressionism / Inspiration / New Zealand / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

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June 28, 1018 — Cape Saunders, Otago Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand

Just a half a minute later, three seconds of intentional camera movement.

(Nikon D850, Tamron SP 24–70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2. RAW processing in DxO PhotoLab 3.2; Editing in Adobe Photoshop.)

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California based fine-art photographer featuring abstract, impressionist, and minimalist seascapes — near and distant — and floral-based images. Fine-art photography can be seen at www.amagaphoto.com All original images on this blog are copyright 2018, 2019, 2020 Michael Scandling. All rights reserved. No images on this site may be copied, duplicated, reused, published, or re-purposed in any way without express permission from the copyright owner, Michael Scandling.

33 Comments

  1. Perfect colours and light for a remarkable ICM. I can well imagine this one blown up really big, a fascinating centrepiece complementing a big open space. I admire your steady hand! ☺️

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  2. This image and the one you posted yesterday are different than the ones I’ve seen in the past. Intriguing through your use of color and blending and more abstract. Do you use a tripod with intentional camera shaking?

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    • Thank you very much. No. I do not use a tripod. I try to make the motions as smooth as possible as I twist my body from the hips. Not being a dancer, this is difficult for me. 😉

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    • Thank you very much. This is part of another illusion, as you will see. I had overlooked this quite a few times and then hit it in an archive sweep along with the other two in the series and suddenly it all just sort of fell into my lap.

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