Today I'd like to share with you yet another camera rotation technique that doesn't require any specialized photographic equipment: The rotation axis on these photos is a merry-go-round in a park.
The following photos were made in June 2014. The colors were created with two different dichroic filters that I rescued from old colored halogen bulbs and glued them on two cheap flashlights. It took many attempts to get a few good ones but that's all part of the fun.
This is a side view of the spinning apparatus shot in 2011.
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