For example I plan on taking photos when I go to the next steam rally which is about 50km away from me. I really love steam engines and find them very interesting in the way they function, so this is definitely something I'd enjoy. Another idea I had was to go to the peak district, one of the most untouched regions in the UK where there is plenty of wild life and foliage, another one of my favourite things to photograph. And then there's the really interesting one, I'm probably going to end up going somewhere in europe with my friend in the summer, which means there's going to be a load of interesting things that I've probably never seen before in my life.
cool, i love the concept behind it
I haven't taken or uploaded a picture in so long, everyone is going to forget who I am or that I even used to post here.
main excuse: I've been working on a video project for school, a documentary about a film fest that goes from midnight to noon the next day, 6 films, and they don't tell you the names. Its going to be really good (UNPARALLELED MODESTY) mostly because I'm shooting it with this:
the panasonic dvx100b
ahhhh its so fucking nice, I can't wait to show you guys a rough cut or something.
also i lost my card reader
I miss doing photography but now that I work 8 hours a day and commute 2 hours a day (if the traffic is good) I've lost all my energy to do any of my hobbies at all. Now it is brightening up I do feel more perked up. With my newer camera I'd like to do a 365 but am not sure I'd last for it. There really isn't enough interesting things when you drive to work and get home late.
Anyone got any tips on achieving a 365 under my circumstances? I am considering starting to go out once a week even if just down to the park but that is still once a week and not daily.
once again, it's that most of the time when i'm photographing i'm in the documenting moments mind set, and it seems to work for a lot of the shots I take...
these two were taken very on the fly, as in I only looked down the lens for less than 2 seconds before taking the photo
_IGP6664ps by Inzalonus, on Flickr
Daylight by Inzalonus, on Flickr
Not to speak highly of my own work, I think most of my photos are shit, but I like these two particularly. You can't say that just because it's point and shoot in method means it isn't creative, it comes down to what you capture and how well you can process a scene on the fly. Some people can't do it for shit, i'll give you that much, but that's not a fault of method.. just lack of knowledge in camera usage me thinks (people that use auto focus and auto-flash at parties and shit, still documents the scene but eh...)
at the same time, I also have more planned/set up work like this
_IGP6801ps by Inzalonus, on Flickr
Untitled by Inzalonus, on Flickr
Teacup by Inzalonus, on Flickr
but even then, I didn't take in a huge amount of consideration into these ones either, just thought it'd look cool if I got a shot like this, so went for it. Didn't think "oh I want that to be there, this has to be over here, those lines need to point in that general direction" or something, my mind just does all that and tries to capture what looks "good" according to my own opinion, so to speak...
sorry to repost a bunch of old shit, just making a point
Something lighthearted, easy stuff that I found in my SD card. Can't call these artsy fartsy, just wanted to post :P
hey look what I bought
wrong thread but oh jesus
oops, I apologize.
well this is the stuff I bought it for.
guess that'd make this post the wrong thread too
That's amazing, is there any way to pull that off with a single-lens camera?
edges look a bit off, but oh well
tumblr leaking into my thread again
jk i love you alec
ace as always wayne
you really know how to use long exposures. love the first one
So this is the first panorama I've ever made and I'm quite proud of it (that broken twig looked like that back then, I assure you. And apparently I was dumb enough to focus the water near me instead of the trees and the building and stuff because I hit the d-pad with my nose/finger)
I'd have made it like five pictures wide or so but two of them didn't overlap at all, i'm looking forward to making larger, better, more interesting ones.
Similar to my first
been inspired by some of the b/w photog going down in here so i though i'd wap up some of my own:
The book is sort of distracting, it's like it's in a weird middle between focused and blurred out.
Also the quality is terrible, where is that picture hosted?
It was just a quick setup really, didnt notice my mums hair dye sat on the table.. my bad :(
I forgot to mention it's a brenizer too, I've been really interested in the way the images turn out but I currently don't have photoshop so I downloaded an stitching program called AutoStitch and i think that is what is compressing it so much. Its hosted on Flickr.
Thanks for showing me your picture!