Fuji X-T1, XF18-135mm @ 56mm, f/22, 6 secs, ISO 250
I rounded a corner and saw a massive wall of bamboo. It was just waiting there for someone to take a vertical pan. So I did…
Most of the time I use pans and moving multiple exposures to get my creative juices flowing. They break up moments where I become transfixed just searching for an image to capture rather than waiting for an image to come to me. This time the pan just appeared. I did not even take a normal image.
Canon 5D MKIII, EF24-70mm f/2.8L @70mm, f/22, 1/10 sec., ISO 200
Yesterday we had our second snowfall of the year. Today was a bright and crisp winter day. A friend and I went out to Peace Valley Park to take a casual “walk in the woods” with our cameras. There was an image just waiting to be taken from every point we stopped. We didn’t get very far on our walk because of numerous photo stops along the way. It was a beautiful way to spend a morning.
It was a dreamy setting, so I thought I would add to the feeling by creating an abstract of a “Path in the Woods” with a vertical pan. The pan blended the shadows and the highlights of the morning sun along the path creating a bright abstract.
Back at home I worked with the image to create an opposite illusion of a dark gloomy path leading to who knows where.