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Truck under Lake | By “under Lake” I mean Lake St., where the elevated train tracks cover the road and make this tunnel-like space for cars and pedestrians. This truck was actually moving quite slow, maybe 20 mph, which gave the perfect opportunity for a motion blur capture. Due to the golden city lights there’s a lot of yellows and cyan colors off the blue-glass buildings, so the light really jumped out in the blur lines. Whereas most HDR images I make come from an average of three to five photos, this is a single raw file. After processing I was very happy with the bands of light and the warping of the vehicle. There’s still some good in-focus detail in the side of the truck, as well. The curving of the road must’ve occurred as I swooped the camera from left to right for the one-second exposure.

Truck under Lake | By “under Lake” I mean Lake St., where the elevated train tracks cover the road and make this tunnel-like space for cars and pedestrians. This truck was actually moving quite slow, maybe 20 mph, which gave the perfect opportunity for a motion blur capture. Due to the golden city lights there’s a lot of yellows and cyan colors off the blue-glass buildings, so the light really jumped out in the blur lines. Whereas most HDR images I make come from an average of three to five photos, this is a single raw file. After processing I was very happy with the bands of light and the warping of the vehicle. There’s still some good in-focus detail in the side of the truck, as well. The curving of the road must’ve occurred as I swooped the camera from left to right for the one-second exposure.