Freeman Patterson challenge by jeneurell

Freeman Patterson challenge

I am a fan of Freeman Patterson's work and often do intentional blur photographs - mainly vertical blurs of trees - but this time I decided to challenge myself a bit more and do a spirally type of image in camera. My Nikon D800 was used with the 'multiple exposure' setting set for 10 images and I rotated the camera around as I took them. The subject is a red flowered succulent plant in a hanging basket - but I can't remember the name. Starts with a Z - any one else know.
What a creative take of this succulent
May 17th, 2019  
Well done
May 17th, 2019  
May 19th, 2019  
that's really beautiful - wonderful take on the challenge
May 25th, 2019  
I'm glad to know there is another person here on 365 who has been impacted by Patterson. His book Photography and the Art of Seeing really propelled my pictures forward. You've done an excellent job in recreating his style. Congrats on making the vote-off!
May 30th, 2019  
@olivetreeann Thanks Ann. Patterson certainly made me look at photography in a more creative way.
June 1st, 2019  
@jgpittenger @777margo @kali66 @shannejw Thanks for the comments. It was a fun thing to do.
June 1st, 2019  
Very pleased that my photograph won the Freeman Patterson artist challenge. @jgpittenger @777margo
June 5th, 2019  
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