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Moored Within A Dream

By sherlob  
Thanks for the V&C's on my last upload. And an especial thank you to Consulo for his UA.

Todays image is taken using the lo-fi technique - deliberate camera movement. In this case the image was handheld using a shutter speed 1/6th sec and vertical movement.

These images are what I term marmite images - you either love them or hate them. For me DCM, along with other lo-fi techniques can be a fabulously effective way of communicating things that straight images can not seem to deliver - although the visualisation process is more experimental than deliberate. For me this image has resulted in a dream like quality - but it also resonates a sense of spirituality. Choose to disagree - thats fine. We all take away something different when we view images (thats part of the fun isn't it?).

Regards,

Adam

Tags: Cheshire Dreams Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Spirituality Northwich Landscape and travel Lo-fi Budworthmere Deliberate camera movement

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helenlinda Plus
9 343 22 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2012 11:55AM
It reminds me somewhat of the skies in Turner's paintings. I like it as an image, and it would also make a great textured layer.SmileSmile
Helen

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
22 Apr 2012 12:08PM
Love the result of this technique.......beautiful image.
Ronnie.
22 Apr 2012 12:11PM
Ethereal!
SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2012 1:29PM
Love it.
yes Turner-style
Eviscera 10 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2012 7:20PM
Beautiful
Richsr Plus
9 90 222 England
24 Apr 2012 10:10AM
Like the result you have created here, good one
Regards Richard

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