Last week I was experimenting with camera blur photography. In camera blur technique you use the camera itself to create blur and shapes. It is quite fun! It is definitely worth to try and way more entertaining than spending time in front of the computer trying to achieve something similar. Said that, it is also quite challenging to get the pictures you have on your mind! A tiny movement of the camera can turn in huge blur tracks in the final picture…
For that you mainly need low light conditions (or ND filters) to allow long shutter speed and… voilà!
You can have a look at blurry pictures from my collections here.
In the picture above I used the light passing through the tree canopy to create repetition of shapes.
Photo info: 65 mm (24-105 mm). 0,4 s at f/22, ISO 100.