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By livinglevels  
Zoom burst taken in Great Breach Wood on the Polden Hills.

I went to look for Autumn colours last weekend but things still haven't developed fully so I ended up laying with long exposures through the trees with a circular polariser attached to the 24-70.

I haven't tried this before but it seems to have created quite an ethereal effect, particularly in the lower foliage.

With a thirty second exposure I repeated the zoom action a couple of times slowly but not sure if this is the best technique? Any advice please?

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Tags: Light Zoom Forest Trees Woodland Specialist and abstract Digital art Great Breach Wood

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shakeyhands 5 445 Canada
9 Nov 2013 1:05PM
I don't know if that's the proper technique either but I like itGrin Kinda reminds me of my teenage years (i think)Tongue


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