I love this, and I want to try this photography trick. It just looks like so much fun.
Thoughts, ideas, creative musings, observations, and nuances.
I don’t know what that lens contraption is that The Doctor is holding but it looks awesome. I’m guessing its a way for you to see through a lens without mounting it.
Also, LOVE Doctor Who.
DOCUMERICA: The Photographers
For the DOCUMERICA project, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hired nearly 100 freelance photographers to capture images relating to environmental problems, EPA activities, and everyday life in the 1970s. A panel of these photographers discuss their work shown in the exhibit, “Searching for the Seventies: The DOCUMERICA Photography Project,” including Jack Corn, Lyntha Scott Eiler, Tom Hubbard, Michael Philip Manheim, and John H. White. Presented in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency.
Thursday, April 18, at 7 p.m. at the National Archives William G. McGowan Theater. (Enter the National Archives Building through the Special Events entrance on Constitution Ave. )
This sounds rather awesome. Ah, the life of a freelancer.
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I really need to get out and take some night pictures like this.
Wormhole on Flickr.
Playing around with my camera and a lighted ball, I created this lighted wormhole. i’m definitely going to be playing with various lighting techniques this year.
This is extremely awesome.
I thought initially that these might be photoshops (not to detract from their brilliance), but as it turns out, it sounds like they are generated just before the picture.
So someone is making man made clouds for photography. Spectacular.