Just came back from a very intense weekend photo workshop with legend photographer Bryan Peterson. This was a first time ever experience for me doing something this intense on a topic that is non related to my core profession, and I have to say I have been focused on my core profession since I was like 15 years old, so we're talking 26 years here ... Even thought I feel exhausted right now, after somewhere around 30 hours of work between Friday and Sunday (very similar to spending a full weekend backpacking), I can say that this has been an amazing experience, and just like the smell of fresh morning coffee ... I can perceive the profound impact this will have in my future as a photographer and individual ...
So I want to specially thank Bryan Peterson for sharing such an amazing amount of insights, tips and techniques (with the "Zoom Twist", a.k.a. Bryan Perterson's effect as my personal favorite), I'm loving how all this is igniting my creativity juices ... also to my new friends photographers ... as you might imagine, spending 30 hours working closely with a dozen folks could be heaven or hell, depending on who you work with ... so I'm also grateful for sharing such a fun journey with such a personality-rich group of individuals and looking forward to stay connected in the future.
Now after this long intro, about this shot.
This is an all in-camera shot of Seattle from the Rizal bridge, 2 exposures in one frame single (no photoshop), 2nd exposure zooming out, again, here Bryan suggested multiple exposures as something I could do beyond your classical panoramic of long exposure on a leveled horizon from Rizal bridge ...
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