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  1. This is really great! What a fun thing to do… I haven’t tried this yet with my camera… I have to have an excuse first to go to the manual. Not sure what we have around here that would be worth capturing this way. Thanks for the cool image!
    An off topic question. How do you feel about one post linking to multiple challenges. I’ve seen two challenges on one before and think that’s no problem as a viewer, but am on the fence about more than three… what’s your take? It sure would help in cutting down on posts for my viewers, and time for myself (I don’t like to overwhelm my audience by more than a post a day if I can, but love all the challenges).


    • You need to be able to set your camera to a long exposure. If your camera can do that (you may need to read the manual) set it to something like 10 seconds, point the camera at what you want to shoot, press to take the photo and then move the camera slowly and smoothly in whatever pattern you fancy. And voila! I’m doing a photography course at the moment – I was frustrated that I had a half decent camera but couldn’t take it off auto. Now I can, but with mixed results, more practice needed. I took this photo on our field trip last week. My teacher is excellent, can’t praise her enough – if ever you are in the London area you could consider booking a few hours with her.

      On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 10:58 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:



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