I completely forgot to mention due to... well... this month, but my talk at on using software is now up for anyone who missed it.

youtu.be/BIoSyF01zTg

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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.

2017. a stack of 8 images.

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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 photos to warm up

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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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...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

noemata.net/one-off/

(at least mine is ;) )


2018 has been a break from hectic previous years. No travel, quiet social media (have I really not posted a photograph in 2 months?)

Taught a full time class in using open sourced software (so many firsts right there), but mostly... much silence for revaluation after all the changes.

There is work to be done through, several large projects, several small ones.

Time to begin anew.

See you all on 2019. :)


10. your posts!

etc

Hashtags are how we find new people and content. You can also pin individual tags to your dashboard.

When writing hashtags with multiple words in it remember to camelCase to make it easy on screen readers.

[cont]

between everything else I managed to not post a new in over a month.
(Inktober is also still happening, I have a backlog of like 10 drawings)

Anyhow.

2018, Istanbul

Just your average sunset.

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finally starting to catch up.

2. Tranquil
3. Roasted
4. Spell
5. Chicken

also because there was serious color editing in . My blue acrylic looks substantially different to my camera than my eye... very strange.

posting this only because I posted the WIP and I am trying to be better about posting about the process rather than the results only.

Sometimes things go wrong. This one won't make it to any portfolio. Its a bit unfortunate because I like the resulting drawing. However, the masking tape related tearing and inexperience with acrylic damaged the paper too much...

oh well...

( because it is documented with openCamera)

So I can finally talk about this. :)

I'll be teaching a university course on digital photography with a side of creative coding this fall...

and I will be doing so using open sourced software.


Constraints of social media affects posted in it. Images are small, both in terms of the resolution (allowed by platform) and size (of the screen). Some photos works. Some, like this one, doesn't. This poses the question through. Is the photo on social media the photo itself, or its representation... or a social media the same medium as a print photograph at all?

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breaks the illusion that a is a documentation of reality.

Colors that are split and reorganized carefully, forced long exposure breaking the assumption of a moment. A representation of the reality: not that different from a classical painting.

All photographs are like this actually, but infrared photography makes it more explicit.

Datca, .

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I have been, for years now, trying to photograph the color of the mediterranean sea, in bright afternoon sun. Its a brilliant tone and unique and for some reason very VERY hard to translate into the photograph.

I think I got closer this time?

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