Bryan Park; Saturday, February 11th.
Three images generated from one photograph.
This entry was posted on February 11, 2012 by J Moser. It was filed under Uncategorized .
All really cool images – it’s like a rabbit hole with seemingly endless possibilities. The rock – turtle image was fun (as a diversion from root balls) and the rt 106 images were quite nice. One thought was to try a mira/pano using a telephoto lens to capture small images of detail, maybe even saving stitching time by just shooting one side of subject. Then once pano is made – create mira image and have the capability of going very deep into image detail. It would make a nice video too.
Just saying….as they say.
February 12, 2012 at 3:50 pm
Thanks! Yeah it’s a rabbit hole all right! It’s hard to stop doing it, though I am starting to want to move on to the next “movement.” These art movements come and go rapidly in the instant publishing world. Somebody else already thought of underwater dog photography, so that’s out.
Meanwhile, I’ve tried some variations in subject… and even already did a telephoto pano / flip / divide / reflip / etc of some Spanish moss close-up that I haven’t published. But I keep coming back to the root balls as the best source material. It’s something about the mix of soil and sticks that makes it work.
February 12, 2012 at 4:35 pm
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