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  1. chris czajkowski says: Reply

    These are stunning. Liked them better without the representational ones first (they were gorgeous as well) as then it was not easy to look at the impressionistic ones without analyzing them. Maybe put the representational ones together at the end of the post next time?

    1. chris says: Reply

      Yes, I have thought of all the above. I will eventually not show the representational ones at all. They are a distraction. Thanks.

  2. Chris Leach says: Reply

    Lovely effect, Chris. Have you hit a sweet spot with the number of exposures and shutter speed? Inspirational stuff, as always.

    1. chris says: Reply

      I would say the sweet spot so far is 9 exposures. I usually shoot around f8 or f11! Good luck…and…have fun. Thanks.

      1. Chris Leach says: Reply

        Thanks for the tip. It seems the intentional movement must be very subtle when combined with the multiple exposure, or are each of the images sharp and the ‘movement’ is just repositioning for the next image in the multiple?

        1. chris says: Reply

          The IM is subtle but a lot depends on the focal length of lens in use. It requires some experimentation!

  3. Satya says: Reply

    SUPER!!! The images of ‘your’ “Playland” become “Dreamland” for me!

    Best regards,

    Satya

  4. chris says: Reply

    Thank you Satya! For me is BOTH a playland and a dreamland! Happy to hear you enjoyed them.

  5. R David Williams says: Reply

    I so love what you do Chris, always “reinventing” yourself, fearlessly following your inner voice. In so doing you give others the encouragement, and permission if you will, to follow their own inner voice. Regards, David

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you so much David. I am just sharing my creative journey in the hope of encouraging others…like you say. Your thoughts and words are in themselves encouraging. Thank you. Continued good luck with your own creative journey. I know you are doing great work.

  6. Joan Loeken says: Reply

    Chris: I feel like I have been through a museum of abstract art, and stop and ponder each image! Joan

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Joan. I hear you met Leslie and Mike and got a book! Hope you enjoy it!! Take care.

  7. craniosacralunwinding says: Reply

    Oh my! Beautiful to witness this divine transformation!!!!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Karen. It has to do with that special paint brush I bought from you! You are so special!

  8. Dennis says: Reply

    You’re paintbrush is sure working well for you. I actually like the ‘with and without’ versions that you’ve included here because it helps us to better see what you were working with. And I can see that the paintbrush in my camera needs a lot more practice! Thanks, as always, for the inspiration.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Dennis. I hope to pick up a new paint brush in Ireland later this week. I’ll see where that leads me! I can’t wait to see your creative renditions of Machu Picchu!! What fun!

  9. Patrick Teti says: Reply

    These are inspiring Chris! Thanks again!!!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Pat. Hoping all is well. I hear rumors you are travelling and photographing…fantastic!

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