So I’ve had my Kp for a few months now – which to my brain is basically enough time for stars to form and die, civilizations to rise and fall, and monkeys to happily evolve into semi sentient sea-slugs. Anything over a month is lots to me. I still like the Pentax KP lots is the upshot.
How close you are to the glass makes a difference, its not just angle, your distance from the glass is what balances the exposures. Its multiple exposure photography, just you have to work it all out on the spot by moving your body 🙂
There’s something deeply wrong about this composition – the trucks were doing 50kph at the time. It’s interesting not being able to review images as you take them.
I doubt I'll get tired of this any time soon. In other news I dropped my Olympus Em5 last night, or at least had the strap get snagged and had it basically snatched from my hand and slammed into a table. Net result - the rear screen is smashed and totally non-functional, so now … Continue reading Filthy reflections
First impressions after a week.
A light tent essentially spreads light out so that it is soft and diffused thus eliminating shadows and making it easier to see detail, this can be taken to quite extreme levels as you probably see in studio shots of products, or it can be a fairly basic effect (like most of my camera shots). … Continue reading Making a light tent.