Sunday, November 25, 2012

Low light and camera shake

Left it late to get out on a glorious ormolu autumn day.  Thought I'd take the camera anyway and see what inadvertent effects might be achieved.  Not much editing involved beyond wilful ineptitude and a bit of cropping.  







 



























5 comments:

Jean said...

Love these - they're deeply evocative. I don't think these are inadvertent effects, you know, but come from somewhere deep in a noticing consciousness (but more naturally and less pretentiously than that sounds). The fourth one is my favourite.

Dick said...

Only you and Jean could make things of beauty out of low light and camera shake!

Rouchswalwe said...

This is how I see the world without my glasses.

Setu said...

Surrealism favoured what André Breton called "écriture automatique", now you are becoming a high priestess of "automatic digital shooting"...

Joe Hyam said...

Those blurred leaves turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Makes you think of the impact of the Impressionists on 19th Century classical landscapes.