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.
Today’s urge to jump caught us in a moonlit cornfield. I used my flashlight and inhumanely high ISO to capture the action.
You were asking how Margaret manages to jump so high every time? It’s pretty simple: I hold her and make myself invisible by wearing a proper cloak. Today something went wrong, so meow you see me.
PS: This photo originally has been named “I Want To Hold Your Leg”, after the
I wanted to see if I can like the “look” of the vintage Soviet-era manual lenses. The answer is still firm nope. They are dreamy, soft and everything, but have way too much melancholy built in. I can imagine using them to photograph some mildly depressing rainy evening scene in
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?
You have no idea how happy I am to finally see some clouds!
…And Margaret, of course :)