Long exposure and abstraction C&C

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  1. bengtb

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    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Doesn't really do anything for me. Just looks like someone couldn't keep the camera still. Keep trying though that is a fun idea. Get different colored lights and do a long exposure and make the camera go crazy for some really fun results. GL
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    I enjoy the false sense of depth and dimensionality that were achieved. If one was able to achieve a bit more detail (or possibly an extra element) somehow, this would be to my eyes slightly more interesting/appealing. Very nice overall.
     
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    Nice composition and a good example of the Rule-Of-Thirds. It is also a good example of complementry colors, how to create a sense of depth and movement using diagonal lines, a receding perspective and a little motion blur. :thumbup:

    Overall, a very nice abstract image. I believe you use GIMP? I'd make a double matted frame for it, it's a keeper worth printing in my book.
     
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    Definitely. I'm having a fun time puzzling-out how this was done.
     
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    I never thought of Rule of thirds...i think i have it in the back marrow...now...Thanks...really good critic....
     
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    Not crazy about the shot. The lines are nice, but I don't like the white.
     

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