New Jersey Art Photography: Bridge Pentaptych

I will admit that I didn’t know Pentaptych was a word until I researched the terminology tonight.  I still struggle to spell the word correctly after reading its definition online.  I’d tried to to shoot with the intentions of creating a triptych in the past, but the images lacked enough continuity for me to piece them together.  The photos shown below were taken in a sequence, and the exposure and focal length are constant.  The variable is the focusing of the lens, which I changed manually between each shot.  All five individual images were taken with the Tamron 16-300mm VC All-In-One lens and the tripod-mounted Canon EOS M mirrorless camera.

NJ Art Photo Sequence

Five frame sequence displayed together to form a cohesive pentaptych. Closeup views of a bridge at midday. All photographs taken with the Tamron 16-300mm VC All-In-One lens and the Canon EOS M mirrorless camera.

Exposure settings: 4s F/9.0 ISO 100, 300mm.

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