This is an in-camera multiple 10 exposure twist and zoom photograph of a stained glass window in the Coupeville Methodist Church.
Beautiful patchwork of colors !
28 Aug 2011 5:18am
Into the vortex. "This your brain on the D300."--well, mine at least.
28 Aug 2011 5:21am
Stunning colors ! A stained glass window is a nice subject for this technique.
28 Aug 2011 5:44am
A panoply of tornado colours
28 Aug 2011 7:26am
28 Aug 2011 9:17am
Many days wondering where you could make this photograph ... finally found the place ... A stunning glass and an excellent effect! A hug friend! Besitos, Adela
28 Aug 2011 9:29am
Fantastic wild colors in this creative work. Good image!
28 Aug 2011 9:49am
Fantastic colours. Wonderful image. Great work. :)
28 Aug 2011 10:24am
Wow, psycholedic image! :))
28 Aug 2011 10:34am
great colours and graphism
28 Aug 2011 10:53am
Très réussie. J'adore cette explosion de couleurs de ce joli vitrail plein de joie.
28 Aug 2011 11:13am
Reminiscent of childhood kaleidoscopes! Well done Jack! ;-)
28 Aug 2011 11:37am
Bien fait et beau rendu
28 Aug 2011 12:28pm
Wow, this is awesome color photography!
28 Aug 2011 1:36pm
Excellent work. The result is a spectacular pin-wheel image of fantastically vivid colors.
28 Aug 2011 3:08pm
Fantastique effet et compo superbe image colorée en mouvement rond grandisoe
28 Aug 2011 3:11pm
genial john..........bravo, wondeful designe
28 Aug 2011 4:20pm
I'd like to watch you take one of these to see the technique. The result is gorgeous.
28 Aug 2011 6:04pm
@Steve Rice: The key is to have a zoom lens with a lens collar. The collar enables you to attach the collar to the tripod and to turn the camera body while the lens is attached by the collar. If you don't have a Nikon DSLR, you have to do work arounds. With a Nikon, you go to your Shooting Menu and down to Multiple Exposures. Set the number of exposures to 10, and make certain that the Multiple Exposures is set to On (you have to do this for each photograph). Then you start at your widest focal length; the focus point is set to where you want the center of the spiral (it remains the same throughout the 10 exposures). Then you turn the camera slightly clockwise and slightly increase the focal length. You keep doing this trying to reach the maximum focal length for the 10th shot. After the 10th shot, the camera creates the spiral, which you see on the LCD; this is the only file created on the Memory Card. Playing with focal lengths, the various amounts of twist, the placing of the focal point, etc., all create different results. You play and learn. It actually is a very simple technique.
This would make the stained-glass window makes proud and amazed at their achievement (and yours). Terrific fun !!
28 Aug 2011 7:37pm
Fantastic - the colours are so vibrant.
28 Aug 2011 10:51pm
Let's see...Tim Leary got to you in your younger days : ] best…jf
28 Aug 2011 11:45pm
WOW! Beautiful colors and detail!!!
29 Aug 2011 12:07am
Great colours, gorgeous !
29 Aug 2011 1:04am
Pretty wild Jack.
29 Aug 2011 3:56am
love this simple but effective effect - great colours
29 Aug 2011 9:17am
He'll fly his astral plane, Takes you trips around the bay, Brings you back the same day, Timothy Leary. Timothy Leary. `Moody Blues 'Legend of a Mind'.
Beautiful, colorful abstract.
29 Aug 2011 3:18pm
@Jim: Moody Blues has been a favorite since the 60s (before they got rediscovered in the early 70s)
Wow, what a glorious effect!
30 Aug 2011 10:17am
Cool effect...nicely done...
8 Sep 2011 3:30am
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