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Sometimes the flashes the photographer and the (most frustratingly) the triggers are not in synchrony! IF SOMEONE can recommend something better for the price of the elinchrom skyport speed please speak up!
oh hey. i'm on rituals now. cargocollective.com/rituals
there's a ton of wonderful photographers on here so i'm pretty excited.
This scene grabbed my attention immediately when considering
the various methods of communication within it from none verbal, verbal, the written word, and how society has progressed from the standard phone boxes/booths to the cell phones with their texting , games, TV, radio and Skype, the latter we now take for granted.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENTS, AWARDS AND FOR ANY INVITES.
ODC Theme: All Mixed Up
Taken: 29 Dec 2013
I was a bit undecided with the post processing (if any) I'd perform on this. I spent 30 mins going around in circles. To me this is an indication to go back to basics, so I applied a simple blue hue layer at 80% to give a slightly metallic finish which I liked. Sometimes less is more.
A total of 15 images stitched together. Original is a bit over 90 megapixels. This was the first time it actually went right.
i've been feeling pretty inspired and more creative than usual. i just kind of recently discovered the "brenizer method" and so here is an attempt at it! there are some flaws here and there, but i can only hope i get better because this method makes photographs seem a lot more interesting. anyways, i'm sure this concept has been done before and so if it has, and you're seeing this photo- it's pure coincidence!!
anyways, i feel like my fire has been lit. i feel like most days all I want to do is create, take photographs, and make things. but work takes up so much of my time. I hope to start uploading more and taking more photographs. i don't upload as much as I used to, but i plan on changing that soon! hope everyone has a happy new year! :)
Vidalon Vellum-I need to wet this paper before sensitizing
to avoid the ripples
*interesting to note, I let this negative dry out for about an hour, then exposed it for 3 +minutes while the sun was going down, and waited another hour to develop it, which showed me that Talbot's method doesn't require the negative to be wet or damp which I didn't know.
*Series of cookbooks we received as a wedding gift.
Thank you Tiago for the testimonial. (Check him out!)
eh, I don't know how much I like this. I tried something kind of new with the editing and I'm not sure if I like the way it came out. This will definitely be something that I can redo/experiment with later on. Also would you guys be interested in asking me questions for a Q&A? I'm thinking about doing one but i want to know if people would actually ask questions before I do it. Also I kind of want to do a speed edit video soon. I hate to think that summer's already starting to come to an end. It went by so fast and now I'm busy finishing up my summer gym and summer reading. I hope to keep up with photography when school starts as much as I am now.
Showcasing the latest VR simulators Method EXP has been working on to the public.
Boardwalk, Miami Beach, Florida. I've always thought this photo had a weird vibe about it, so I've held back on posting it. Friday the 13th seemed like a good time to let it out into the airwaves.
Happy Fence Friday!
Best viewed large on black.
Please note this is my process of doing a knot method mohair reroot. You may find that another process works for you :).
Since I was enjoying sitting at this spot in Littondale for some time, I shot in order to process in different ways. One of these is a vertical pano, one is a 3 exp hdr, and one is a 3 exp focus stack. Which is which and which do you prefer???....or maybe you have a life and don't care......No need to comment, just fave the one you like!
EXPOSITION STRANGER PROJECT VAV GALERIE CONCORDIA MONTRÉAL 5 JANVIER À 19H
Interroger le monde moderne dans lequel on vit et tenter de briser l'individualisme et l’anonymat de la grande ville. En allant dans des Non-lieux (métro, centre commercial, rue passante à l’heure de pointe) et en demandant à des étrangers de les prendre en photo, je brise pour quelques instants le fonctionnement habituel de ce monde moderne. Je rend ces Non-lieux existants en y créant un événement dont l’étranger va se souvenir.
Approach to photography:
Questioning the modern world in which we are living and trying to break this individualism and the anonymity of the big city. By going into “Non-lieux” (no existing places) (subways, malls, and crowded streets at rush hours …;) and by talking to people to take photos, I break the usual way this modern world works for a few instants. I make real these “non-lieux” by creating an event that the stranger will remember.
Mi primer exploreeee! Gracias a todos!
My first exploreeee! Thanks!
Modalidad: Half Pipe
Copa del Mundo FIS: La Molina
Todos los derechos reservados.
If you are using long mohair and want a thatched partline, then start with the first two partline rows.**
-Thatch the two rooted partline rows.
-Then add a row really close either side of the two thatched partline rows so you have 4 partline rows in total.
-Then start at the crown and completely root the first couple of rows ensuring good coverage.
-As you work each of the remaining rows in the field from the crown down, you can skip a row and even root every other hole on the rows that you are rooting - it all depends on the look you want.
-Finally, I usually fully root every hole of the last two rows at the scalpline.
**NOTE: If you are using a stock scalp with the hair removed, then the holes of the original partline may not be useable if the hair tore the scalp when it was removed. You may find it necessary to relocate your partline depending on the condition of the scalp.
If you have short mohair and want more of a poofy, fro look, then just start at the crown and spiral your way down to the scalpline. No partlines needed.
I've also added notes to the photo showing the steps.
View the complete tutorial here: www.flickr.com/photos/12310577@N04/sets/72157626312357157/
My first try of the Brenizer Method