New gallery of fall foliage images now up
Yesterday I finished a great shoot of the fall foliage at Robert E. Lee Park, on the city/county line off of Falls Road. So many great images! I tried a new technique to try and capture the emotional "feel" that I have while walking in such gorgeous scenery. The technique creates images that look more like impressionistic or abstract paintings, but they are photographs. This is done by using a very slow shutter speed, and then slightly moving the camera after pressing the shutter release. It's completely trial and error as to how much to move the camera, in which direction to move, and how slow a shutter speed to use. In short, it's a lot of fun to try.
Some of the shots I liked are in a new gallery called "Fall Impressions". There are also new foliage shots that use a conventional technique as well. There may be a few more shots added over the next few days. If the weather holds until Thursday, I might get out to some other locations for more experiments. Take a look and let me know what you think!
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