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Boardwalk Walk



Multiple exposure; more precisely, several time-lapsed photos stacked in the final image.

Multiple exposure; more precisely, several time-lapsed photos stacked in the final image.
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Outstanding Creativity
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prithvirajdutta
 
prithvirajdutta December 08, 2013
Beautiful..
831John
 
831John February 07, 2019
simple and very effective, I love the image, Thank you
LookSee
LookSee February 07, 2019
Thanks, I'm glad you like it! :)

Behind The Lens

Location
Radozda, lake Ohrid.
Time
Must've been around noon, the EXIF was removed in post-process.
Lighting
Daylight at its best! :)
Equipment
SONY F-828 plus timer /sequencer (add-on). No tripod, though. The camera was aimed from the improvised "bean-bag", actually a plastic bag filled with shingle.
Inspiration
I was testing a stacking program at a time, and experimented with daylight use, since it was primarily intended for astrophotography stacking. This is an example that it can work well (with a tad of tweaking) in almost every light.
Editing
The timer was set to shoot the camera every ten seconds, and the chosen images have been stacked to produce the final one. I also optimised the image color and contrast a tad. Re-cropped, re-sized, re-sharpened... that's about it.
In my camera bag
Two cameras. One with longer zoom range, the other waterproof. Some spare batteries for each, some filters (CPL, ND, Skylight)...
Feedback
Do expeeriment a lot, both with hardware as well as post-processing options. It's the best way to arrive at what you want. Many pictures may mean many mistakes, but also a lot of experience, which is irreplaceable. The only things spent are some time and some battery power, so it's a great deal, in all!

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