#editbacklog Note to self: attempting to stack a rainbow is probably not worth the effort.
It was a cool phenomenon, but probably not the best thing to attempt on a cellphone camera, in retrospect.
These photos with Samyang 50mm F1.2. I think this was at maximum aperture and 15 second exposure. It looks more like cotton candy than milky way after edit.
Just playing around with some #editbacklog photos to warm up
I tend to draw when stressed and/or needing to clear my mind. This was such a case. Not so much a finished product but yet more testing if what is feasible as well as how various brands of markers and acrylic paint interact with each other.
Sometimes you need to take a photograph out of its context to see the form and pattern.
Wave forms of... well... waves.
A detour from a very different project I am working on using these raw photographs (I think)
...meanwhile some self promotion
One-off festival, featuring 65 1-second films (including my work "Make a Wish") will be available in public spaces this week (February 18-24, 2019) in Valencia(ES) and Gol(Norway) and internet
I made a #pinhole lens for my sony a6000 from an unused lens converter aluminum foil and masking tape to demo my students.
You don't need a 3-D printer and dedicated workshop to be a #maker (although they do help if you have access to them - which I don't 😉 )
The hardest part was to center the hole really. I did a first one with multiple holes punched until I found it, then I created a second one using the first as template
#photography #photo #photographie #creativeToots
This was a case of rescuing a failed image.
Also, this time you can also play with the raw file over at pixls.us forum. :)
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