Fiat 500C Lounge with a moving sky
I created this image with a moving sky using the app Plotaverse.
Ploatverse is a cool app that adds motion to a photo. In this case I added the movement to the clouds, which makes perfect sense to e as clouds do move!
The original image was taken on my Canon 6D with Canon 17-40mm lens. Camera settings were as follows
THree images captured and merged together in Lightroom.
APerture - F4
SHutter speeds - 1/1000th second, 1/4000th second and 1/250th second.
FOcal length 17mm
Not sure why I went with F4 to be honest - doesn’t make much sense to me when I ma using a 17mm focal length but I guess it does prove a point - who actually care as what the aperture was?
What matters os the image only.
SOrry - where was I. Oh yes - I merged the two of the three images in Lightroom to create and brand new dng file. THis is my favourite thing that I do when taking photos.
I did a bit of tidying up of the image in Photoshop, and then that was that. Still image sdone. I was after a bright, vibrant colourful image, which is what I got.
WHich is good.
And at some point later, probably an ideal moment, I decided to add some movement to the picture using Plotaverse.
And this is the resultant image. Image with animation that is.
One thing I need to say - when you create an image in Plotaverse it is in a timeless loop - the loop is fixed in time when you export an image out - there are presets for this optimised for various social media outlets.
I hope that you like this picture of a Fiat 500 which is a little bit different.
Rick McEvoy Photography