Patterns in Motion

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    So, revisited the motion blur project today at lunch. In my journal from pattern study in nature, I set out to do a more controlled abstract image, utilizing what nature provides us. XT2 16MM. Converted to custom Acros simulation. All comments welcome.

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    Gary A. Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Did you think, prior to releasing the shutter, that this was what you were gonna get?
     
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    Because, well...you should have expected this effect. Especially since you've read multiple John Hedgecoe books!
     
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    Yes. How do you think I duplicated the circle 3 times..... Up and down coming in a few.
     
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    Exactly. Pre journaled. Here is the up and down example. I had to locate the right pattern for it. It's not as random as one may think. Not saying it's good but an effort to explore.

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