Window-Dore Abbey.

By Badgerfred
Stained Glass Window at Dore Abbey, the lens was zoomed during the 4 second exposure.
Sometimes called a zoom burst.

The camera was mounted on a sturdy tripod and taken up to the centre height of the window, the image was composed with the lens towards the 300mm end, the thinking behind the shot was to open the shutter, dwell for a 1 second, zoom for 1 second to a stop, then let the central image have a 2 second exposure, the zooming was done by hand, experimenting with times, this was shot on slide but shooting on digital you can preview straight away, should make it easier.

Tags: General Architecture Stained glass D12and32

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Comments


photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
21 Jul 2008 12:13AM
Excellent effect Fred. I love it.
Dennis

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21 Jul 2008 12:15AM
excellent and fantastic well captured
Dawn
Diana 10 2.0k 19 Netherlands
21 Jul 2008 12:19AM
superb I have to try this Fred works so well

Dianna
piccy 11 8 Wales
21 Jul 2008 12:32AM
Beautiful colours and the zoom burst works well.
Freda
imagio 11 12 1 England
21 Jul 2008 12:35AM
Superb Fred, gotta try this sometime
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
21 Jul 2008 12:51AM
This technique worked beautifully. You must have a very steady hand.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
21 Jul 2008 1:13AM
Sort of like a double exposure--- does your camera zoom on command-- waht I mean is, I would have to move the lens by hand?

Jennnnn
dawnmichelle 10 12 United States
21 Jul 2008 1:14AM
amazing shot...
chensuriashi Plus
11 268 17 England
21 Jul 2008 4:04AM
Very different, I like it very much top imagery. Chen.
SRSmith 9 1 United States
21 Jul 2008 4:06AM
A super shot, Fred, and so different. Awesome work!
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
21 Jul 2008 4:23AM
Great effect in this

Peter
21 Jul 2008 5:26AM
Stunning shot Smile keeeeeeep it up

Rgds/Sidd
User_Removed 13 386 2 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 7:15AM
Wonderful work.
nickyv32 Plus
10 135 England
21 Jul 2008 7:26AM
Superb Fred, love it.

Nicky
fentiger 16 916 23 England
21 Jul 2008 7:55AM
Very creative work ~ great image.

Albert
21 Jul 2008 8:01AM
Striking image, well done
MickyMc 9 8 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 8:40AM
Works well, makes me think of the words God is Love for some reason.
Mavis
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.1k 1714 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 9:13AM
You do these very well! I like the way the zooming creates a protective, embracing, loving feel around the central section.
Moira
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 9:14AM
stunning shot in fact amazing shot I have no idea how you go about this but its a cracker
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 9:16AM
Glorious image, Fred.
Bill
imander 10 388 7 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 9:21AM
amazing final product, looks wonderfully surreal
ian
fossilized 12 79 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 10:12AM
An interesting effect, well executed.
Jean
Nettles 10 England
21 Jul 2008 10:25AM
Excellent. Annette
Rende 10 38 4 Netherlands
21 Jul 2008 11:33AM
Beautiful effect Fred; well done.
Rende
alfpics Plus
15 361 1 England
21 Jul 2008 12:17PM
Lovely effect - let's make it 30!
Andy
dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 12:34PM
Beautifully done Fred..the light looks as though it is pouring in !
Di
21 Jul 2008 12:43PM
Love the shafts of light. Sylvia
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 12:51PM
i love the effect, never tried this,
chris.
Maiwand 10 3 72 England
21 Jul 2008 3:09PM
Lovely imaginative shot Fred. I must try that technique.
Ron
Bob_V 9 1 2 United States
21 Jul 2008 3:21PM
Very creative Fred, what a fantastic image, so well done.
Bob
21 Jul 2008 4:30PM
Stunning work, really magical effect.
norton 13 6 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 5:30PM
Superb image Fred....You've captured an excellent effect with that zoom burst,nice work.................

Tony.
bunbeam 11 2 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 7:47PM
amazing capture
bunSmile
Julian 12 76 3 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2008 8:10PM
Happy to be number 40. Great effect on this image.
Julian
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
21 Jul 2008 8:11PM
A good zoom burst here Fred.Never tried it digitally,only with film.Seemed an age waiting to see the results come back from proccessing !!!! As you say,only a matter of seconds now !!!
Mick.
Rock Plus
15 10 2 England
21 Jul 2008 8:16PM
Superb !
Rock
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
21 Jul 2008 10:44PM
Wonderful work Fred, love the result you've achieved here. Many thanks for the mod on my butterfly, Ed
MandsH 10 England
21 Jul 2008 11:22PM
Beautiful,really like the effect
mandy
pamelajean Plus
11 997 1929 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2008 12:36AM
The effect is beautiful, what a masterful technique, the rest of us use PS.
Pegon 12 78 1 England
22 Jul 2008 9:24PM
Superb work.
Pete.
buxton 9 England
22 Jul 2008 11:12PM
Superb image, great colour.
tigertimb 9 40 66 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2008 8:03AM
Superb work Fred and really effective the way you've paused at both ends of the zoom
Tim
24 Jul 2008 6:13PM
Thanks Ann (pluckyfilly) for the user award, greatly appreciated,
Fred.
24 Jul 2008 6:14PM
Thanks everyone for all comments and clicks,
Fred.
25 Jul 2008 3:25PM
Excellent shot of a lovely window.
PeterlLaw
Dave87 Plus
10 42 5 England
26 Jul 2008 4:51PM
Outstanding piece of work. I know lots of people who have tried doing this in the past with no end result. I defy any camera club judge who is confounded with this piece of work in the future not to give it full marks. Beautifully done and top draw stuff - instantly gets an award from me. Love it and a real pleasure to view.

Dave.
PS. Donít sit on this shot Fred - needs moving around.
26 Jul 2008 5:36PM
Thanks Dave (Dave87) for your user award and comments, greatly appreciated,
Fred.
brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2008 10:57PM
You achieved perfection in this technique Fred - well deserved awards!
Jo

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