Sunday, February 8, 2009

Photo club assignment for Tuesday's critique

For this week's critique, the members of the Grand Canyon Photo Club were asked to create an image by clicking photos at slow shutter speeds while the zoom was zooming. I found that my camera would not function during the zoom, so I had to manually move my camera quickly towards or away from my "subject." Below are the two best images I captured. Would you believe that the Christmas decoration below was my "subject." I had to turn off the flash to allow the shutter to remain open longer while shooting the images above.

1 comment:

Andrew Wales said...

Interesting way to get effects. I bet it would be interested to take a shot of a crowd of people, say, a busy city sidewalk.