January 16, 2015

Abstract Lights



abstractWhen we still had our Christmas lights up, I had a little fun with them.

Tip: To swirl your camera, hold it sideways in your hand before starting to click the shutter. It's more natural to move toward normal position than to force it to turn away from the normal position.


17 comments:

  1. I did that once photographing a stone chapel to give it an eerie look. I've never tried with lights, I'll have to though, this is great!

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  2. Wonderful whirl of bright colour. Especially love the slinky effect in the first image.

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  3. Dizzifying in a beautiful way!

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  4. Well, that is just pretty clever.

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  5. Terrific idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Glorious shots. Someday I may try it --for now, I'll enjoy yours!

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  7. Creative and pretty! I like these!

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  8. this is a fun way of using the camera. Sometimes it all become trash but there are usually some that really is Art! Thanks for sharing :)

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  9. Nicely done. The one with the star is really cool! Congratulations on getting a POTW from Hillary!

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  10. Fun all around! :-)

    Congratulations on Hilary's Post of the Week Award,
    cheers,
    Merisi

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