Speeding Through The Forest

The sun slowly rose above the horizon and it became quickly to bright to do some more long exposures at the harbor and hoping for some nice autumn-ish colours, I decided to continue photographing at a nearby forest.

It’s already late in autumn up here though, and most of the golden leaves are already down and I opted for working with the panning technique to make the best out of this moment. Every now and then I work with this technique, and I find it quite refreshing and enjoying.

As with many long exposures the results are sometimes surprising and especially when panning through the forest, not really predictable. But already after a few photographs I get some nice frames I thought that I can work with. I find the streaks, created by the branches of the trees, very interesting.

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Sven Seebeck

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4 thoughts on “Speeding Through The Forest”

    1. Hi Martin,

      thanks a lot for your comment. It’s fun isn’t it? I think it’s sometimes very inspiring to use this technique and focus on a little bit more impressionistic approach.

      Just looked through your post. Great images. The field is particularly nice.

    1. Thanks a lot John.

      This is indeed a interesting and fun technique. Somehow helps sometimes to clear the brain a little.

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