We're not in Kansas anymore!Aloha N.S.
You have got my attention...how did you do this?ToOdLeS.ShEiLaps. of course most of your photos grab me.
OK ... so how to do this? It's not hard after you do it once ... but it is a little technical the first time. This is a photo of Christmas lights on a tree. You must have a tripod, zoom lens and the Irfanview free software to do this.First, mount zoom lens to a DSLR camera and fix to a tripod. This was shot in Shutter priority, approximately 2 second exposure.During the 2 seconds that the photo is being taken ... zoom the lens. This will form the general streaked color lines from the lights.When you get your digital image on your computer, use Irfanview software special effects for "radial zoom" you can select several levels to achieve the effect you wish.Note: 2 second exposure time is a guess. This will vary so you should shoot several times of exposure and select the best original for this type of effect. Hope this helps. It really is easy and logical after you have seen it once. Fight with it a bit. This will open up a fascinating world of photography for you.NikonSniper Steve
oK.now I know why you can do this...and I can't.I am clueless.and YOU have it figured out.Swish. Right over my head.ToOdLeS.ShEiLa
Righto...I'll get right on that. Once I get a Nikon!
you have amazing talent! I wanted to say thanks for officially following my blog! I have a Nikon D40 and I still have a lot to learn, but your blog is fun of inspiration. I really love your photo Midwest Sunset, beautifully simple. LOVE IT! Keep shootin' photos! :)
btw ... some of you may not be familiar with the term ROYGBIV ... it's short for red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
this is a great picture. love the colors. very creative
You are so productive! And all your images are so interesting - I have to pay more attention! It is a joy scrolling down on your site, and see all these fun, beautiful and creative photos!And thanks for your visit! :)
What a fabulous photo - you'd never know it was tree lights
Kaliedescopic Photos! Must be hard to hold it still enough so that all the little glass pieces don't move while you take the picture!! LOL! It's a cool photo.
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