|More adventures in Harris Shutter|
|The fall colors are great this year|
I found a rich subject in aspen leaves, but any scene that has some static and moving features can be used. I've seen some great shots of people and cars moving around so it doesn't have to be a landscape.
Basically if you don't have access to the drop through filter or multiple in-camera exposures or individual gels, you'll need to use software to create these. The idea is to get your images open and modify the channel of each so that one will contain red, one blue, and one green. You can then merge the layers using the difference method. Of course different programs may not use this exact terminology, but that is the idea.
|Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind|
Here is a waterfall with a nice mix of both elements:
|That 70s Show - Fourmile Creek Falls|
There is a dedicated group for this method on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/harrisshuttereffect/.