Over the holiday break, I worked on one of my personal projects – “Passenger Seat – Images in Motion”. I hope to write up the process one of these days when I have time. – Maybe it should be my next book project!
Stunning work. I’m delighted you are thinking about a book project. Would love to see more!
Thank you Marsha – it was great meeting you last week!
Madame bonjour vos photographies sont d’un surprennent.Je pense que se seras un très belle
ouvrages ; surtout l’effet du vent . J ‘espère un jour avoir la maîtrise de cet technique et en plus sa me donne l’inspiration;Madame un grand merci.
Those four are stunners!!!
Great results, Julieanne! I’d definitely be interested in learning how they were done.
I sometimes used this technique for differetnt purposes, that and the radial zoom can be applied to images to get certain effects.
I love these photos, would really like to know how these were created.
Hi Kevin, all of the motion is captured in camera as i sit in the passenger seat of a car!
Julieanne, really like the results.
I’m working on a similar project myself, with panned and passenger seat photos.
Here’s a link to a panned photo:
I call it “drive by shooting”, (but unfortunately someone has already grabbed that web name.) It’s even more challenging from the driver’s seat when necessary.
By the way, liked the oil filter stuff too. I have found it extremely effective when combined with NIK filters. You can see some composites on my site.
Really look forward to your how-to on this. I frequently take photos from the passenger seat just to see what they turn out like but haven’t worked on them much.
Wow…I sometimes used this technique for differetnt purposes, that and the radial zoom can be applied to images to get certain effects.