Wednesday, October 29, 2008

More blurry trees

Here are a couple more blurry trees. I'm pretty sure the tripod legs didn't move between these two exposures. The only difference is how much the camera moved during the exposure. Which do you like better?

Just like with the last couple of pictures, there's isn't much Photoshop done to these beyond some basic color correction, sensor dust removal, etc.




I thought yesterday's post was my favorite picture from the trip. Now I'm not so sure. I really like the looks of the bottom picture here.

I'm pretty sure this is the end of the blurry tree pictures from this trip, but I need to go shoot some more of these. I've been pleasantly surprised at how well these turned out.

5 comments:

Chilly Dog said...

The bottom one. If I didn't know it was trees, I would have thought that it was my hair.

Chilly Dog

AnneR said...

Both of these images would make great quilts!

Johnny Pockets said...

I'm definitely voting for the first one. It is more identifiable than the one you posted yesterday which takes it a slight step away from the painterly look, but it has a feeling that I'm drawn to. The second one seems more blurry than yesterdays. That combined with the more monochrome palette makes it come in second for me. On their own merits though, they're both great shots!

John

Tim said...

Quilts? How do you make a quilt out of a blurry picture?

AnneR said...

Very carefully. :-)