Autumn Leaf Blur

October 25, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Some of my favorite photographic techniques involve longer exposures and compound camera motion. 

This image of autumn leaves captured while blowing in a light breeze was created by using a one second

exposure.  The result is less about form, and more about color, light, and line.  The name of the image, 

"Cornucopia",  describes the abundance of color in it; color that isn't necessarily detected by the

naked eye - color that is generated by a moving subject seemingly lit from within. 

 


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