Fun Motion Blur

When Kevin and I headed up to the mountains to photograph our local aspen trees…well, I guess we were a week late. All the leaves had fallen off. But all was not lost. I decided to have a bit of fun with motion blurs.

Tip for the day…work with what you have and play, play, play!

Next year I’ll be more on top it!

These are two different versions of the same location…yep, I played!

Aspen Blur 2

Same settings a below – different post processing.



Aspen Blur 1

.7 sec @ f22 50mm ISO 100


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Hope you all have an amazing week! Can you believe Thanksgiving will be next week? The time is a flying.

Janice Sullivan

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Source: Fun Motion Blur


2 Comments on “Fun Motion Blur”

  1. lighthouse75 says:

    Janice, these are great; I love doing this sort of thing and do find that it works best with relatively thin trees (aspens and birches are best). Just curious: Are those the “natural” colors or have you applied something like split toning for a more artistic effect?

    • I did add contrast and changed the color balance a bit for the artsy look. 🙂 I liked the way the light was hitting the trees and behind them a shadow was hitting the hill. BTW, Nice B&W’s for your 5 day challenge. Cheers!

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