The birth of consciousness

    Newer Older

    The obvious logic is that you should use high ISO film in cheap cameras because they have slow shutter speeds and starve for light.

    The opposite is true--it's the under-exposure using ISO 100 that creates drama and vivid color. Even this shot directly into the sun is underexposed in much of the frame... Eximus Wide & Slim (Viv's son) with Fuji Velvia XPRO.

    marccc1970, shellshuttershock, and 107 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    View 20 more comments

    1. pepeplus2 33 months ago | reply


      Congratulations !!
      Your photo has received 10 or more Super Hearts!!
      Don't forget to post this image to the 10+ thread for inclusion in the gallery,
      if you haven't already done so!
      --
      Seen in a discussion of the group "S♥per ♥ Hearts - MUST have 10 FH - Post 1 Give 3 Hearts" ( ?² )

    2. MakeArt 生活 NotWar [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Award!

      flickrAward (post1 – award 5)
      Please Tag your photo with “flickrAward” and visit the flickr Award Gallery
      Please post the photo to flickr Award 5+ thread if you received 5 or more of this award

    3. Yodamanu 33 months ago | reply

      This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Award!

      flickrAward (post1 – award 5)
      Please Tag your photo with “flickrAward” and visit the flickr Award Gallery
      Please post the photo to flickr Award 5+ thread if you received 5 or more of this award

    4. Jahn Ray:Phtography 33 months ago | reply

      very good, such intense photo...

      This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Award!

      flickrAward (post1 – award 5)
      Please Tag your photo with “flickrAward” and visit the flickr Award Gallery
      Please post the photo to flickr Award 5+ thread if you received 5 or more of this award

    5. waringpriest 31 months ago | reply

      I feature this photo on waringpriest.com via creative commons and flickr policy.

    6. Doctor Power 31 months ago | reply

      Very nice picture! I used it in my blog, here's the link: www.horndasch.net/2011/10/10-geschenke-fuer-studenten-sem...

    7. ronpass 26 months ago | reply

      Hi Kevin - stunning picture and very appropriate title. The color and perspective have a power of their own - the image almost 'sucks' you in. I've used the image with attribution on my latest blog post about Eckhart Tolle and consciousness and the implications for small business marketing:
      smallbusinessodyssey.com/2012/03/15/small-business-market...

    8. zegloff 23 months ago | reply

      Howdy Kevin!

      Thanks for posting your photographs on flickr Creative Commons. I loved this picture of the birth of consciousness, and I used it in a blog post entitled, Is Facebook an Enlightened Master? 7 Holy Aspects of the Social Networking Site.

      The link to the post with your photo is here: lifeinzd.com/is-facebook-an-enlightened-master-7-holy-asp...

      Thanks again. I really appreciate you sharing your work!

      Cheers, Z Egloff

    9. The_Kevster 16 months ago | reply

      Awesome!!!
      Seen in !Photo-Hobby! Level 1 group


      "!Photo-Hobby! Level 1(Post 1 Award 4)"

      If you receive 4+ awards you will be invited to continue in LEVEL 2:
      Post your Photo Here to get an Admin invite

    10. Rachels@Photos 16 months ago | reply

      Awesome!!!
      Seen in !Photo-Hobby! Level 1 group


      "!Photo-Hobby! Level 1(Post 1 Award 4)"

      If you receive 4+ awards you will be invited to continue in LEVEL 2:
      Post your Photo Here to get an Admin invite

    11. micspics444 16 months ago | reply

      Awesome!!!
      Seen in !Photo-Hobby! Level 1 group


      "!Photo-Hobby! Level 1(Post 1 Award 4)"

      If you receive 4+ awards you will be invited to continue in LEVEL 2:
      Post your Photo Here to get an Admin invite

    12. Undertable 16 months ago | reply

      --
      Awesome!!!
      Seen in !Photo-Hobby! Level 1 group


      "!Photo-Hobby! Level 1(Post 1 Award 4)"

      If you receive 4+ awards you will be invited to continue in LEVEL 2:
      Post your Photo Here to get an Admin invite

      --
      Seen in the group"!Photo-Hobby! Level 1(Post 1 Award 4) CODES UPDATED" ( ?² )

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts