365::166 – Digital Filmmaking 101
Image by bulliver
June 15, 2010.
Well, this is another idea I cannot take credit for. I’ve seen a few of these on flickr, but I was first exposed to it through my contact Witty Nickname. So first of all, go check out his shot to see how it should be done.
To tell the truth this shot was an afterthought. I was down at the lake shooting, and when finished I was packing the gear into the car when I thought…hey, I have a wide angle now! So, set up the tripod in the back seat, framed as best I could, and fired off a bunch of exposures using the IR remote on the drive home. This is the best of the bunch.
Focal Length: 11 mm
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