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.
Experimenting with light painting again, this time using more subtle colors and a much longer lens. It was fun, despite the fact that an owl pooped on my plaid :)
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?
We were packing after a late evening photoshoot…
Me: “Stay right there, the light is just about perfect. How would you like to be photographed?”
Margaret: “We wants it, we needs it. Must have the precious. Gollum! I mean, Nikon!”
Just another day at the office: Ursa Major and a meteor shower…
I just finished photographing the sunset, turned around to my nettle infested camp and found ectoplasm. Plaid, backpack, lantern, even my bike – everything was covered in it. Who you gonna call?
…The source of that ectoplasm was busy exploring my tripod. He didn’t mind me getting into his personal space
Made a new “brush” for my light painting experiments. The best opportunity to test it? Of course, Margaret’s daily jumping project!
And here I am, checking the key light, wondering why it didn’t fire the last time… Probably even throwing some strong words at the poor thing. Bam! Epic selfie.
Bush crickets have a perfect camouflage for leafy surroundings, but this one decided to sing his love song from a pine tree. I used my flashlight to find him and take this photo… Unlike other critters in the vicinity, he never stopped singing. I’m sure that with such a spirit
An owl snatched something squeaky from under my feet while I was setting up the tripod.