Playing With Light

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    Nice one.......
     
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    @Jeff15 Thanks. Have you ever tried anything like that? If you haven't then I think you should. The possibilities are infinite. All you have to do is gently shake your camera. When the timing is right, hit the shutter button.
     
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    Its something that I am not into but can appreciate a good try........
     
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    @Jeff15 I’ll wait until it gets a little darker, then post another pic with the same technique.
     
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    I like the image. Intentional Camera Movement, ICM. It's all about the shutter speed - very easy to control with a camera. You can also manually control shutter speed on a phone camera. Or, go in the dark and the auto modes of a camera or phone will slow the shutter speed enough for ICM
     
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