Shot in a streetcar.
- Girl in streetcar -
Many excellent images shown by all participants here
I'm quite new to "blends", two weeks ago, I had never used layers
Today, I wanted to share with you a pic I shot this morning, with my Zoom-Nikkor 50-300/4.5
E-M1/GH2/G1 Full Spectrum & lots of lenses
He shoots in very low light at dusk or dawn with long exposures, and used a flash to capture the flakes - somewhere on his site, he tells how he did it
Google it, or just check these two for starters:
I originally thought that Mikes dot was an imperfection. But as it is so difficult to capture just one flake out of trillions, I would keep it and maybe donate it to the Smithsonian
Looks a bit like the little dots that I had all over my early bokehgraphs - turned out to be dust on the sensor, and I haven't got it all off yet.
Thanks for the Links Keith and Michael. I'll keep working on capturing the snow. I think it is suppose to snow in a few days.
Here is another in my series of walking in the snow. It is made up of 3 images plus texture. The figure was really there. Just in case you are wondering. This is a work in progress. When it comes time to print, I might have to change the densities in the blacks.
Orchard once again:
Uwe, your orchard shots have been some of my favorites of yours.
Possibly. Last Spring I bought the Oly 9-18 to use with my MA-1 adaptor--so I'm not sure. The 7-14 is certainly tempting though--if I sell the 9-18.
Image and two textures
4"x6" platinum/palladium over watercolor (not 4/3s though, if that's okay).
G1 + 7-14mm
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I like the way yours is starting to become abstract because of the textures. When I was in Prague last time, I was really drawn to some abstract paintings of Prague buildings. I haven't been able to get that look yet, but I'll keep trying.
Did something pop into your mind about this image?
I have no title in mind. Would be interesting what you had in mind.
That came into my mind. Or maybe "Chernobyl is everywhere".
>I did this about 15 yrs ago as a statement about what the future would be if we didn't stop polluting.
And we did not stop!
Was inspired by your photo. The mustard field is as much industry as the cement plant. Photographed the same day.