First 6 days of inktober photographed with the camera and with proper lighting. :) I am still not sure if it is my phone that was causing the color issues or the light bulbs or combination of both.
First week of October is behind and this is already going better than it did last year.
I had a bit of an issue with the official prompt so went my way instead.
Thanks to @zatnosk for the prompt and everyone else who suggested words. :)
oddly enough this one turned out much whimsical. (also very literal?)
I'll take a proper photograph of first 6 prompts later today with my camera now that there is sunlight and it is not 3am. :)
I keep making the mistake of trying to make inktober be more than it is. Trying to limit myself about materials and mediums. Truth is I don't have the energy to do a consistent project or add on top.
So there is one goal for this year: to finish inktober. :)
#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)
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