From my old galaxy note 2, possibly with some cheap fisheye lens.
ominous clouds and sunlight.
#editbacklog This is one of the images where I started by liking but then liked less as I continued to work on it. Its one of the first #infrared photos I begun editing. I think this is as far as it will get after the months on and off, at least in static format. :)
Sony a6000, samyang F1.4 21mm
I keep forgetting to post #editbacklog posts. Here is one that is a case of a photograph is created not taken. A lot of subtle editing on this one.
This is actually from my sony a6000. A lot of the underexposed images tend to have this 90s film camera quality to it after it. I am not sure, if it is what I tend to gravitate toward, or has to do with the properties of the film back in the day.
Istanbul, #Turkey, 2017. CC by-SA
Smartphone shot. I am not sure how I feel about this. Overedited or just enough? Also apparently it is possible to use the perspective and liquefy tools to get around blur of the lens on edges.
...or taking this photograph.
To also note, this is the image that made me invest in a graduated filter since then. Very annoying image to edit, even through the overexposed ship does work for the composition in this case, rather than against. Sony A6000. Samyang 21mm F1.4.
#editbacklog Usually I like my smartphone images, but this one that is in that small "I wish I had a semi professional camera to shoot this" pile. So much noise to mitigate... even with stacking.
Very faint aurora borealis on top of Orion constellation, also featuring the pleiades. You can actually kind of see the nebula at the belt.
A stack of 3 images. #Iceland. 2017
here is another one. :)
last #editbacklog of the year. A sunset over the marmara sea seems to be appropriate for that.
2017. Istanbul, Turkey.
2017. Istanbul. Turkey. This is first look at the series of test shots using the 135mm lens. Single frame edit, before seeing if it is worth to stack some of these from this batch.
This edit was mostly finished in early 2017 and was sitting in my harddrive for better part of last year. I am actually happy with the end result but at some point I will redo this as I have learned a lot about denoising cellphone photographs in past year.
Milkyway core and Mars from smartphone; a combination of 5 photographs.
2016. Datca, Turkey.
prints and merchandise:
2017, Istanbul, Turkey.
Just playing around with new lenses and learning what I can do with them. Clouds are a good way to do that.
I am seriously, seriously behind work and struggling with overdue deadlines. I have a lot of things promised that I have yet to deliver....
of course I went and finish the #humanalgorithms drawing instead.
copic markers, sakura pens and an acrylic pen on bristol paper.
#artwithopensource because I use Darktable to finalize photographs (lens distortion fix and keystoning are huge lifesavers)
support my work! :)
#Carla is a plugin host. It works with both Jack and native audio setup in Linux / Win / Mac. It features a rack for linearly connecting plugins as well as a patchbay. It can run LV2s VSTs, soundfonts (sf2 and sfz), etc, etc
In addition to being standalone software, You can run Carla also as a plugin in another daw like #LMMS
I use Carla as a patchbay and to use plugins and soundfonts on a live playing and practice.
(the screenshot also features #ZynAddSubFx - a feature-rich opensource synth)
You might remember me saying last week that my photography feels like it is channeling late 90s lately...
I am so, so very sorry ;D
(its already #caturday here so I'll go ahead and post this.)
a slightly different #editbacklog post
#artwithopensource and CC by-SA
I am not sure about this one. Either way still experimenting with letting more of the context sneak in.
(also I am not entirely sure why my photography suddenly took a very late 90s early 2000s style to it.)
Processing is one of the tools I use most often when creating animation, and not just generated code-art style images either. e.g. the character and animation of Lisa [ https://youtu.be/aeoWikNtNa4 ] was only created using processing code.