Playing with the zoom


29th April 2012 in Photography Tags: creativity, photo

Today I played a little bit with the zoom of my camera and I achieved I nice effect. I think there's something special in these two pictures... a sense of peace and harmony, so I wanted to share it with you.

Cherry Tree

Il Gelso



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    Doug S said:

    ( on 1st of November 2012 at 19:18 )

    Loving the peace and harmony and the effect. You got that effect with our camera? Did you put it on a low shutter speed and then zoom out ( or in )? It reminds me of an effect yo can do with software which is usually called zoom blur or something like that. Have you tried both the optic and software approachs? I'm curious about which works better. I want to think that optics are processing at the speed of light so they're better, but I wonder if you have more control by using software ( like blurring only certain compents of the image ).

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    Federico Capoano said:

    ( on 2nd of November 2012 at 13:43 )

    @Doug S
    yes I did it the optic way. It's really easy, just either manually adjust the shutter time to be a bit longer or put a neutral density filter, then take the photos and play with the zoom until you get a good one :-)

    Digital photography is amazing for the fact that you can do as many attempts as you want :-)

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