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    Taken on the train from Brussels to Liège, digital camera (canon 450D), lens against the window and just shooting in continuous mode - no real editing, just layering in PS and playing with opacity

    1. /\/\ichael Patric|{ 64 months ago | reply

      I like the technique. It's very representative of the vantage point on a moving vehicle. It would be fun to see a realllly long series of images this way, if time and computer power were not an issue.

    2. tom horemans 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks. My main limitation was the buffer on my camerabody, which started writing the photos to the card after about 5 or 6 raw-images. I should have changed the settings to jpeg to get more continuous exposures, but didn't think of that at the time. About 50 images should probably be possible. If this was something I really believed in I would probably be crazy enough to actually try that, but for now I still look at these as a just-messing-around-experiment...

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