Just another photo of Margaret jumping at sunset. Buckle up though, tomorrow will be very special! :)
I’m a sucker for colorful walls, so when I find one, I absolutely have to use it as a backdrop.
Today we’re in the orange mood. All plans are in motion, here we go!… I mean, here we jump.
Just a local power plant at night.
PS: Now I have a plane ticket to ATL, ho ho ho.
This adorable stray cat ambushed us on the street and demanded hugs, or else.
So hug we did.
In daylight this building looks like a fat cat… But when darkness falls upon Gotham City, it turns into Batman.
Goofing around with Margaret and her jumping project again. As you might’ve guessed, today’s theme is “Fallen angel”. I had to macgyver a few new props for this shot – namely, a human leg adapter for the light stand and an invisible stool.
This is the busiest street in Minsk, photographed during rush hour. Bumper to bumper traffic, huge crowds of pedestrians… First, I made it all go away. Then brought back a few ghosts. And a yellow bus. Everything looks better with yellow bus.
Ever since I started creating bokehramas (using a technique called “Brenizer Effect“), I’ve been pushing the limits of this already optically impossible genre. Gigapixel stitch with over 250 tiles? Check. Multi-tile portraits where one subject is split among dozen tiles? Check. Environmental portrait indoors with zero nodal shift?