I find it so hard to move my camera when taking photographs. So many years of practice keeping it still. The frame after this one is perfectly in focus. To move the camera during exposure requires a concerted effort on my part. I find it easier to use a large aperture and defocus the camera.
Unfortunately it is hard to remember exactly what you do. One second is one thing I can hang on to.
During the Abstract Workshop there was an excitement when ever a dog showed up.
Front Beach, South West Rocks. Photograph and text copyright ©️ Len Metcalf 2018