52/366 This is a little trick that I picked up a couple of years ago that I occasionally apply to my digital photography. Instead of trying your best to stay still and freeze a moment in time, why not inject some movement into your images by moving your camera while taking the photo. This works particularly well if there are a lot of lines in the scene that are leading in more or less the same direction. I particularly like applying this technique in the forest – tree trunks make perfect subjects! The resulting images can be very unique, though it is important to get the amount of movement just right. A slow shutter speed of around 1/4 to 1/2 of a second tends to work well in my opinion. In this case I only gave myself one shot to get it right (I had other plans for the other 35 photos) and I am quite pleased with the result. The second photo shows how the scene appeared when photographed in the ‘normal’ way.