Walking in the woods not only let you to breath with a fresh air, but also to be creative 🙂
f22, 1/2 sec, 27mm, ISO 200, 0EV
f18, 1/4 sec, 22mm, ISO 400, 0EV
, co wicklow
, natural light
, nikon d300
, photo walk
, wicklow mountains
bardzo kreatywne/ coś inego. czasami dobrze tak coś innego potworzyć 🙂
There is am ethereal quality to the images. Lovely.
Wow – these are great shots – stunning colours in the top one. Might have to try this vertical panning technique myself. Thanks for sharing http://www.marksimmsphotography.com
These are beautiful. I particularly like the first one.
Nice shots Pawel. I tried this earlier in the year – great fun, but it looks like you found just as I did that if you use a wider angle lens then you start to get curved trunks as happened in the second shot. The first one is terrific. Well done.
Love it! 😀
Love panning shots. Many ppl have commented on my panning shots thinking they are paintings. 🙂 Great job!
These are fantastic! I did some earlier this year for my final project at college – i think it’s great fun doing stuff like this!
I think these are great~ I love panning too. I think the colour one works best 🙂
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Cool – really nice images. The monochrome one looks like a charcoal sketch.
Great abstracts. Definitely worth experimenting with. I thought about something similar from the window of a train the other day – but that would be horizontal, I guess!
You should go for it. Don’t be afraid of experimenting 😉
Absolutely! Will be on a train tomorrow but a busy commuter one – another time for sure!
I love the colored one. The color is amazing. Great job.
I really like this . . . both of them, although the one in color really grabs you. Thanks for coming by and liking.