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5/13/05 - Multiple Exposure (Rotate & Zoom)

5/13/05 - Multiple Exposure (Rotate & Zoom)

Awarded 2nd place - Abstract theme competition, 5/19/05.
6/05 - Hung in a permanent collection at the Joseph Miller Center for Photographic Art
I had just tried a "zoom" multiple exposure - - and a rotate multiple exposure - - so why not the next logical step of a "zoom & rotate simultaneously" version. I don't know why, but it took me a long time to figure out this technique. Now it's time to have fun exploiting it with all of the flowers coming into bloom.
As luck would have it, this morning I got the first bearded iris image that I've liked. Normally a mortal lock for my PAD choice, but I wanted to continue with my multiple exposure saga.
And, yes, I am a Freeman Patterson fan.

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Guest 17-Apr-2006 16:37
Stunning colors!
Steven Jusczyk14-May-2005 05:24
This is a really beautiful and innovative series.
Lazy 3L Photography14-May-2005 02:47
These really are lovely....very unique and I could see a whole gallery of them....very cool!
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography14-May-2005 00:27
Very nice result Ed :)
Stu13-May-2005 22:24
Guest 13-May-2005 21:23
This is GORGEOUS!! Any way I could get a print of this? It's beautiful!
beverley harrison13-May-2005 19:33
i love how you are doing these, and would love to know how you getting the results! :)
JeremyGood13-May-2005 17:25
Fascinating technique. This looked liked a colorful astronomical phenomenom from the thumbnail.
Marchael13-May-2005 15:45
Excellent effect - the colors and patterns are beautiful!