I am not good with following instructions though. Perelincolors has explicitly suggested this:
“You will notice that I took almost all pictures in this post at night. Unless you own a super-professional camera or the right filters, you will also have to take your pictures for this challenge after sunset or in other low-light conditions. Why? Because if I had taken the same image with the same settings during the day, the result would have been an all-white photo.”
Guess what I did? I shot during the day! But see what I got.
Let me explain what happened. I had gone for a light bike ride with my husband and niece. I brought my Olympus E-M10 with me. On the way back, I stopped to practice motion blur with them. We were in a shadowy part of the cycle path and I concluded that perhaps the photos could turn not all-white.
I used my bike as a tripod while they cycled.
I must agree with Perelincolors that the photos were mostly bad. But some made me slightly happy with my first attempt.
Here I kept the camera steady while they passed in front of me.
Here I moved the camera… a bit of panning…