These Photos Were Made By Spinning The Camera While Shooting
Natural Rotations is a photo series by Surrey, England-based photographer Simon Painter. Each of the images was created by spinning the camera while an exposure is in progress.
“My technique involves moving the camera during an exposure of anything from 0.5 seconds to 10 or 15 seconds,” Painter tells PetaPixel. “It’s a bit like reverse light painting where, instead of the subject being moved across the field of view, I move the field of view and the subject remains stationary.”