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Lens whacking the universe - D800 14mm - explored

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This photo was purely created with some lens whacking !
two tripods and rubber bands to help control a repetitive movement and keep the center point focused
took me a 100 shots to get the motion correctly and about 200 shots repeating it for the star trails :)

Please leave comments as this is an all new technique to me :D

photo taken at "Morabito Art Villa"

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  1. c0gnate 23 months ago | reply

    Beautiful!

  2. Theen ... 23 months ago | reply

    wonderful creativity ... your photostream is amazing teo ...

  3. Teo Morabito 23 months ago | reply

    hehe thanks, glad you like it :)

  4. Courtney :-) 23 months ago | reply

    WOW
    well done on explore!!!
    you totally deserve it :D
    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  5. djimos 23 months ago | reply

    Very nice ideea. All is in lights. Very good.

  6. ninja nan1 23 months ago | reply

    Awesome capture.

  7. Simpio96 23 months ago | reply

    Grazie per aver condiviso questo scatto con noi
    Serena e Catia


    Serena e Catia

  8. Phil Benton Photos 22 months ago | reply

    Amazing work,never seen anything like this before!!!!!!

  9. adam1801ng 21 months ago | reply

    Great work and attempts!

  10. AndWhyNot 20 months ago | reply

    Just saw this blogged- certainly a great application of an interesting technique.

    How was your sensor after a couple of leaky hours on the beach?

  11. Teo Morabito 20 months ago | reply

    To say the truth my D800 had oil on the sensor when i bought it, so I needed to get it cleaned, so yea, figured i could do that before cleaning it :P
    It's all good now :)

  12. IronRodArt - Royce Bair ("Star Shooter") 19 months ago | reply

    Clever technique!

    You are invited to submit this unique photo to the Into the Night Photography group. You may also be interested in our blog by the same name.

  13. ANNAbane 19 months ago | reply

    Epic Technnique
    Wonderful abstract photography!!!!! <3

  14. Bird Graphy 17 months ago | reply

    Wow Tochuing...

  15. Simpio96 13 months ago | reply

    Grazie per aver condiviso questo scatto con noi
    Complimenti per Explore!!!!


    Complimenti per Explore!!!!
    P1-C1

  16. JoeCow 10 months ago | reply

    Having a good day?

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