Here is something different for a change. I like trying light painting when I am out in a grove of trees. Basically, resetting the dials to a shower shutter speed and carefully moving the camera either up or down during exposure can give you a result like this. I typically move the camera up - for some reason I feel more control with this. The trick is not to jerk it too much. It is a good thing we are digital shooters, since you need plenty of takes to get one which is a keeper. Is this one a keeper?
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