Three Monet Moments

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Three Monet Moments

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict October 29, 2007

Lovely comparative images here, Ed.

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October 29, 2007

I ditto Dominick.
Also the colors are great. #4999281

Colleen Farrell October 29, 2007

Outstanding work, Ed! Since you describe the process of each panel in your description, you might want to take out the white lettering descriptions in the images themselves. I only say this because they're so beautiful it seems a shame (to me) to add anything to them. :) #5002508

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This triptych shows three experiments in impressionistic photography.
They each share a common scene and also share one part of the technique - shooting through the windshield of a (parked) car during a heavy rain. This basically describes image #1.
Image #2 was made in a similar fashion to #1 but was done as a 9-shot multiple exposure stepping vertically between shots.
Image #3 was made in a similar fashion to #1 but was done as a slow (0.4 sec) vertical pan.
Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park

Uploaded on October 29, 2007 Editor's Pick

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