Tree Abstract #1
Playing around with camera movement with a slow shutter speed. I've printed this one on canvas and like the results. What do you think, does it work?

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Media ID 20110725203703338 
Mon May 16, '11 03:43PM
Uploaded By: Joe Becker  


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Media ID 20110725203703338  
Date Mon May 16, '11 03:43PM
Comments 3
Views 1201
Uploaded By Joe Becker
Aperture Value f//11
Artist Joseph E. Becker
Copyright (C) Joseph E. Becker
Date/Time Mon May 16, '11 08:43AM
Exposure Bias -0.33 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 30 mm
IPTC: Byline Joseph E. Becker
IPTC: Copyright Notice Joseph E. Becker
IPTC: Keywords Brinnon; Hood Canal; Pacific Northwest; Peninsula; Whitney Gardens; Whitney Gardens and Nursery; garden; spring
ISO 200
Make Canon
Metering Mode Pattern
Model Canon EOS 50D
Shutter Speed Value 1/8 sec
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Joe I like what you are doing here.

I have done this type of photography for many years now and there are

allways interesting results.

Try it with a flash at slow speed with the same movement you used here and 

tell me if the results are more interesting or not.A 1sec exposure or 1/2 sec the flash at 1/2 power maybe less it depends

on the f stop.



Reminds me of watercolor and I think you picked a great media to print on with canvas.   I cannot always tell with my monitor, but did you kick up the saturation any when printing?  When I print on canvas, I always enjoy a little more umph to saturation or contrast.  For me when I see this, it is play time for my Nik Software! 

Richard - I did bump up the saturation quite a bit, more than I normally do. I feel with an abstract, increasing saturation, contrast, etc beyond what I normally do is allowed. It does look very good on canvas.

Avi - thanks for the tip with the flash; I'll have to try that next time I do this type of thing.