Impressionism in 16 Seconds

Another 16 second experiment with Hubble. Currently I am taking an online (free!) photo impressionism course offered by New Zealand photographer Eva Polak. Each day I get something new in my mailbox to consider and try out. Something from the other day really stood out for me: “Vision does not have to be complicated or complex.” And I really needed to read that; especially at a time when work has been pretty much a 7-day week endeavor and the inspiration quotient about zero.

The 16 second experiments are good for me then because all I need is a dog and 16 seconds. Both of those requirements I can handle. Is this effort impressionistic? Possibly. What might add to it is the stacking of images on top of each other, something I may try this evening and see how that shakes out. 

But in the end, Hubble does not really care. As long as he got his cookie and his toy, he was good.

Today’s Dog Quote:

“The Lord God had created all animals, and had chosen out the wolf to be His dog.” 
― Jacob Grimm

Image taken with LongExpo and processed with Snapseed, Stackables and iColorama-

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Impressionism in 16 Seconds


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