© Jeffrey Levy


Uploaded: September 26, 2007


My daughter at the park. I was playing around for a project on using blur effectively.

This one looked really interesting right out of the RAW converter, and then I bumped up the contrast some.

I used the smallest aperture (F/32) and ISO 100 to give me the longest possible shutter (1/10) to get the blur as I spun the camera.


Louise Kumpf September 28, 2007

Beautiful impressionistic image of your daughter. I love the effect you acheived here, Jeffrey. Thanks for sharing your technique. #749292

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