Spiral Lensball - Feedback Wanted

Hey everyone! I am new to Fstoppers and am hoping to network with all sorts of photographers. One of the most important aspects of photography (to me) is to learn so I always appreciate constructive criticism and feedback on my work.
This photo was created with a finger light on a string swirling around a lensball. What are your thoughts...

San Francisco Cable Car Company Power Plant

Fascinating to see the one source of all the power for the cable car system that runs up and down the hills of San Francisco. Not having a tripod with me, the observation platform railings provided adequate stability to capture sharpness in a none too well lit background while preserving the motion of the ever churning wheels.

Creates a...

Neighborhood Dock

This image has been getting some attention lately on a different site, so I thought I would post it here as well. I also have a black and white version of this photo which I actually like better. Would love to know what you think.

Self Portrait

For this exposure, I decided to run out and be in the frame. I had just purchased the flashlight which light paints the foreground. I decided to leave the plastic casing around the flashlight, and I'm glad I did. The plastic coating caused the light to spread across the foreground in a favorable way.

Help needed - my camera sunk in a lake

Hi all,

A few weeks ago while traveling to Poland, I went out at night to do some long exposures on the lake next to where we slept (I was with the family). Found my spot about 1 meter into the water where the vegetation didn't hide the view, set my tripod, attached the remote shutter cable and started to shoot. A few minutes later it...

Bridge in Hyde Park

I took this long exposure shot in Hyde Park at sunset. As it turned out a bit too dark in the shadows, I also took some other exposures to under- and overexposed the image. That was very helpful when I edited the picture as some ares were too dark. I blended it all together and here is the final image.

ReEdit on an Old Photo

I took this photo a couple of years ago when I was just learning long exposure photography. This is a re-edit from the original. I've been working on my lightroom skills lately by revisiting some of my old photos. It can be fun to revisit old photos with new editing techniques/skills. I like this photo a lot more now than I did previously.