These Photos Were Made By Spinning The Camera While Shooting – Design You Trust

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.

More info: Simon Painter, Instagram, Twitter (h/t: petapixel)

“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.”

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