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While looking through a few photographic magazines I found on image that kept everything in the scene its "normal" tone and changed anything that moved, such as water, to another color.
The technique they used was to set the camera on a tripod and expose the same scene three times with different filters. They used RGB so that the images all together would create a normal tone except for the moving objects caught in just one or two but not all filters.
I do not own the specific filters needed but I felt compelled to find my own way of doing it.
For this image I simply did a multiple exposure of three shots, and with each one I adjust the white balance to something close to RGB. The results vary but I find them interesting.
Last week my Object lighting class took a trip in to downtown Asheboro to see what we could find. The goal was to look past the iconic scenes and in to something indescribable. This was one of the images I found.