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Impressionist bluebells

By ladaman98
I saw this technique somewhere in a magazine some time ago but with trees. It gave the image an impressionist feel such as the works of Monet. I thought I would give it a try with the bluebell field using a small aperture, long exposure and a slow panning method.

Tags: Specialist and abstract Flowers and plants Bluebell Wildlife and nature

Voters: bwlchmawr, RuthyJ, georgiepoolie and 3 more


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bwlchmawr 4 31 1 England
12 May 2013 4:40PM
Most effective and imprssionistic.

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RuthyJ 10 England
12 May 2013 5:26PM
Very delicate. I like it.

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