I thought it might be time to share a few more photographs from my personal project – “Passenger Seat”.And yes, the motion blur in these images was captured in-camera.
Happy Friday, fall is finally here. : )
Fall is upon us. Love the new pics.
Love these shots Julieanne. They definitely have a painterly effect. Print them out and I bet others wouldn’t even know it’s not an oil painting.
Nice color and great blur. Might make a nice instructional video, no?
WOW, fantastic Julianne! Can you teach us how to make shots like these?
Vincent van Gogh would approve.. He may even be doing it were he alive today.
Beautiful images Julieanne and great technique too!
The energy of the movement is outstanding, a great step outside the traditional.
Is that snow in some of those photos? With the fall colors starting I think I will have my wife take me for a drive so I can try to get some blur photos.
Any suggestions for camera settings Julieanne?
The speed of the shutter is going to depend on how fast you are driving and how fast you are panning (because of the distance between you and the subject). I’m trying to find time to write an app about it, but squeezing in another project has been more difficult than I imagined at the moment…
I started a similar project last year, taking pictures from a moving train. The results as your images demonstrate can be quite provocative and visually unique.
These are really well done and very inviting and interesting to view. Wonderful to explore, much more than ‘normal’ blurs are… Great work!!
Lovely! Were they actually taken from the moving car? Not composite? Whatever, they are impressive 🙂
I like the motion of fall. Thanks