Hamburg hallucinations

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Seedeich Senior Member • Posts: 2,628
Hamburg hallucinations
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Some more shots from a hallucinating photographer.

This time from Hamburg. The city center is full of Christmas lights and decorations. That would be lots of photo opportunities. Unfortunately I had only time for a short stroll and a few images.

tbcass
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Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Interesting. How did you achieve that, moving the camera while mounted on a tripod with the shutter open?

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André BARELIER
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Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Very nice. I particularly like the 2nd one and the last one.

Would be interesting to see the "steady" version, and the "hallucinatory" one.

Thanks for bringing us some fun!

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Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Those are quite interesting. The last one is my favorite.

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OP Seedeich Senior Member • Posts: 2,628
Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Thanks, Tom.

They are all handheld. The second one is straight panning up and down.

The other ones are a rotation around the lens axis. It involves a lot of trial and error. And the result depends on speed of rotation and where on the LCD you place the center. It’s easiest to start with a wide angle.

OP Seedeich Senior Member • Posts: 2,628
Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Thanks, André.

The last one is my favourite. I have a whole series of different versions of Neuer Wall and had considered to post them all - but maybe it’s a bit too much.

Unfortunately I have no steady version of any of them. Usually I’m not interested in shooting Christmas decorations - unless they can get a twist.

OP Seedeich Senior Member • Posts: 2,628
Re: Hamburg hallucinations

Thanks, Crashton.

We agree on the favourite.

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