Thursday, April 24, 2014

Impressions of Spring: Multiple Exposures ~ Swipes

The tulip beds in South Bethany, De. are in full bloom and they gave me an opportunity to make some hand held multiple exposure shots. I enjoy the multiple exposure shooting option in the D4 and especially love the continuous series feature which lets you keep shooting in multiple exposure mode.
Initially I stopped to shoot some beach houses with my iPhone but wandered over to the flower beds with the tulips. As always its windy at the beach and tack sharp tripod assisted macro shots are often hard to achieve so while the wind was blowing it was fine for creating these images. I started using my iPhone and the app Average Camera Pro to create multiple exposures on the iPhone and I was seeing some fun results so I said..."Self, get your big camera out!" So often lately, I am shooting with the iPhone on the run and kick myself later for NOT getting the big camera out for a little higher quality image!
So note to self, if it's an iPhone shot, its a shot! So get the big camera out more often! I am looking forward to shooting with a group of "Big Camera" Photographers at Sherwood Gardens this Sunday, where I will be demonstrating these shooting techniques,  macro and general shooting options, on my workshop sponsored by Capital Photography Center. I have a few spots open if you want to come out on Sunday and do some flower shooting! Click here for the link to more info and registration. Sunday looks perfect for shooting these beauties, lightly overcast and 65 degrees.
 And..... while I was at it, I made a few selective swipes!
In camera "swipe".

In camera "swipe".

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