Waterfall Abstract

May 29, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Sometimes choosing to intentionally move the camera can create interesting abstract photographs. Here a waterfall image takes on a unique mood and feel from a more traditional waterfall landscape shot. The camera was moved downward vertically over a one to two second exposure creating the feel of movement throughout the image. You may think this works, you may not. To me the composition and movement draws the eye and and makes me look closer and think about the image.

Have you used this technique? Do you think it works here, or in what ways have you intentionally used camera movement to create images?    


Waterfall Abstract at Gulf Hagas, Brownville, Maine, USA. © Jlynn Frazier.




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