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I saw some birches last saturday that I thought I could try this method on. The problem was that I had a 300mm with converter on. So I had to move the lens fast to get the blur,
I guess that this is not up to many, but I like it so here it is
Fantastic and great work,love it,
I'd love to get to your standard of photography...
brilliant work peter a cracking abstract nice one
I like it, it has a dreamy effect.
It makes a very subtly coloured abstract, very nice.
A brilliant example of mistakes working well, love the abstract.
I've tried this but never got such smooth, even lines. Very well done.
Like the effect in this Peter, it makes a good abstract
A great effect peter and it makes a wonderful abstract.
Lovely silver/gold colours and a cracking effect. Excellent abstract, Peter.
Wow, you had me guessing. Brilliant result.
Excellent shot Peter. You have made very good used of the 300, it has produced a lovely effect.
I think its great
I agree with all the above comments. Works very well.
The effect achieved is remarkable.
I like the effect it would make a good texture brush to play with.
It's a very nice ghostly image from the forrest Peter, well done with the converted tele lens, an unusual combination for this type of shot.
This is vertical panning? We had to do this for a photography class - I think I must have taken over a 100 - not easy to get right.
a superb abstract Peter - yes, I like it too.
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