The Harris Shutter Effect.

Challenge #10 in the Higrob's Challenges series. Hosted by higrob24.
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The Harris shutter is a strip device with three colour filters, invented by Robert S. "Bob" Harris of Kodak. The effect is produced by re-exposing the same frame of film through red, green and blue filters, while keeping the camera steady. This will generate a rainbow of colour around any object that moves within the frame. With digital photography, the process has become a lot simpler – the photographer can simply take three colour photographs on location, and then use software to take the Red channel from one exposure, combine with the blue and green channels from the other two photos to good effect.
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