|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Awakening – Le Réveil – Het Ontwaken|
- level adjustments (a slight enhancing of the deep dark tones + a slight brightening of the mid tones)
- gentle camera shake
- cloning out of a small dust spot
- the usual resizing and resharpening for TrekLens
A photo from my archives for the "moving camera" theme.
Thanks for (re)viewing.
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- [2013-01-04 8:02]
A perfect example for this weeks theme, i like the blurring effect and the subject matter used, the twigs amoungst the tree add the interest. tfs
Your image has a dreamlike quality to it Erik. We can clearly see the landscape but the moving camera has blended the colours on the ground and given us this gently moving tree. I think the overcast day has worked to your advantage here too. Nice addition to the theme.
good shot with a moving camera. interesting results. fine display of partial blurred tree. artistic and splendid for a tutorial image.
I like the ghosting effect in the tree. It certainly does fit the movie Awakening. This would actually be a pretty interesting tree for some nice regular landscape photos.
I am impressed that the exposure is this good. Considering the speed.
I like the feelings you have shown in this motion blur shot, Erik!
Good shot with well captured light and exposure.
The colors are pleasing and details are amazing as already said by Martin.7
Well thought entry to the Friday's theme.
Have a nice weekend.
I have read all the critiques above and, why I see some merit in some of them, this image does not do it for me. It is almost as if they are looking for excuses on your behalf. I mean, please, what amazing details are we talking about?