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Karenisque Photo – 4

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In a local park, some  corners were left uncut, therefore the plants in those

patches were quite wild though, they may not completely  natural and

some colorful garden flowers were there.

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As it was much wider set-up,  meadow can be captured in distance and

may able to have some atmosphere.

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But this time,  lens was the most ubiquitous 24 mm ~ 70 mm Zoom and

giving multiple-exposure while shaking the camera.

(Some of the multiple images were merged together in camera otherwise

multiple images appeared. = So, all the pictures here are very messy.

(Don’t worry — Some likes it lots.   🙂 )

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 When multiple images were merged together, with sheer coincidence,

funny pattern appeared in the picture. (Left hand side — concentric circles ! )

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Giving the camera random shock to avoid monotonous blur

—– was the result of good deal of practice !  

Now I’m a qualified “Photo Blurrer” you see.    😀  😀

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With some distance,  it was easier to adjust the tone to create some depth.

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  1. elenacaravela said, on August 1, 2014 at 02:28

    While I appreciate every image, the last is quite stunningly beautiful! You are qualified;)

    • yoshizen said, on August 1, 2014 at 04:40

      Thank you Elena.
      The last one was the answer to Karen’s “Wild flowers” =
      how a landscape could be changed with blur and a bit of tonal tinkering. (It was my charange. ) 🙂

  2. drawandshoot said, on August 14, 2014 at 04:22

    Oh, I love the last two images, Yoshizen! Part of the fun is not really knowing what you might end up with, so much fun.


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