Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Learning about Filters (camera motion)

For this end of the experiment, I decided to use the idea of forced motion of the camera to sustain a 'wiggly'
effect.  Mostly, I just used slow aperture and shutter speeds, firing and twisting the camera at the same time.  I used a fairly busy arrangement, so that there would be a blend of noise created by the motion that would be somewhat asthetic. I also used a range of motions from 180 degree twisting, to lateral and vertical motions. Here are the results, shot through a Lt. Blue filter, using Kodak CN400 film.

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