Dervish Flowers

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Dondog New Member • Posts: 12
Dervish Flowers
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Hi,

I ve been experimenting intentional camera movements (here spinning mostly) on the GR III.  Iam having fun and thought I d share a few pics

Comment & critique:
Please provide me constructive critique and criticism.
Ricoh GR III
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joslocum Senior Member • Posts: 1,762
Re: Dervish Flowers

Hey, some pretty cool pics here. Thanks for sharing.

How did you spin the camera?

I've experimented with a zoom lens and a couple second exposure. Press the shutter button, zoom out while the shutter is open, and see what you get!

Cheers!

OP Dondog New Member • Posts: 12
Re: Dervish Flowers
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joslocum wrote:

Hey, some pretty cool pics here. Thanks for sharing.

How did you spin the camera?

I've experimented with a zoom lens and a couple second exposure. Press the shutter button, zoom out while the shutter is open, and see what you get!

Cheers!

Thanks,

Yes   "photographic accidents" can be really cool. And the GR are so small and light,  they are easy to manipulate.

I did same as you with the yellow dandelion I think, just no zoom  so i moved the camera up after pressing shutter.

The others I took  the shot from above, spining the camera it on its axis, trying to blend colors and shapes and at the same time to keep something recognizable. Here's another example.

joslocum Senior Member • Posts: 1,762
Re: Dervish Flowers
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Dondog wrote:

joslocum wrote:

Hey, some pretty cool pics here. Thanks for sharing.

How did you spin the camera?

I've experimented with a zoom lens and a couple second exposure. Press the shutter button, zoom out while the shutter is open, and see what you get!

Cheers!

Thanks,

Yes "photographic accidents" can be really cool. And the GR are so small and light, they are easy to manipulate.

I did same as you with the yellow dandelion I think, just no zoom so i moved the camera up after pressing shutter.

The others I took the shot from above, spining the camera it on its axis, trying to blend colors and shapes and at the same time to keep something recognizable. Here's another example.

Philadelphia's famous "Boathouse Row" (camera knocked while on tripod)

OP Dondog New Member • Posts: 12
Re: Dervish Flowers

joslocum wrote:

Philadelphia's famous "Boathouse Row" (camera knocked while on tripod)

Not sure about knocking cameras but that produced a neat effect

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