Increasingly I find myself exploring motion in still photography.  I find the idea of capturing motion with my still camera, while holding a video camera motionless on a tripod, rather ironic.  The technique of slowing the shutter to create ghosting excites my creativity.  Like the film of old, one is never quite sure what the outcome will be.  The process is one of experimentation. This aspect of the process is incredibly enjoyable.  I tried the technique while in San Francisco, both at the beach and at Alcatraz.  Yesterday I had the fortune of photographing Corey Hardeman this way.  The results are surprising.

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