Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Petrochemist, Aug 24, 2020.
Camera-less digital photography...
thingy by Zou san, on Flickr
Done for 'ink' coming up.
Coming in to land.
Loving this experimental thread, thank you all for posting some great images.
Result of a mad moment
HMMM, I had forgotten to play with my camera recently. Note to self post some photos here Don
Light leak and a bit of the old "Kodak red window curse":
Love it love it!
A surprisingly sharp transition from fogged to high contrast, but highly effective :~)
If I recall correctly the main issue was dropping the film as I removed it, before taping it shut. The red window thing is (I think) a different issue entirely; seems quite common with Kodak films.
I've always preferred portrait landscapes to landscape landscapes! I love the stylised foreground bottom to mid ground and far ground as you go up the painting. For me it is more art than accurate representation and as I said, always has appealed to me.
5:4 aspect ratio in portrait orientation is probably my favourite, with 6:7 and 1:1 running it close. Never loved 3:2 in any orientation.
One I made earlier using a rhododendron and shot of my ponds.
Window designed for ortho films? Try a bit of duct tape over it.
Never had a problem with other films. It's the No.2 Box Brownie.
That one works particularly well, Kate.
Playing around with the iPad I think I’ll call it Two Pears and a pomegranate. Do you think the title is descriptive enough or should I try something more suitable?
Close up of the end
I'm not sure we want a close-up of your end.
I can see you.
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