In which we give thanks for all of the amazing people that make up a wonderful community of #photography nerds!
(I realize this is a uniquely US holiday, but it _is_ a good reason to pause and be thankful.)
a taste of this evenings #clouds.
i edited everything this darky to reflect the impression i wasn't able to catch with the camera.
(yea a second failed capture with noise today but this one was with automatic settings anyway, also the focus had problems). Like the other failed but interesting one, i uploaded it to unsplash.
#photo #photography #clouds https://social.tchncs.de/media/ToCETIENwDcMWzG9VIE
I am not sure about this one. Either way still experimenting with letting more of the context sneak in.
(also I am not entirely sure why my photography suddenly took a very late 90s early 2000s style to it.)
You know how sometimes you have a nightmare and wake up screaming, but you soon feel better because you realize it was all in your head and not real? Those are nice.
A remarkable macro photo of a fly (calliphorid) infested by Cordyceps* (fungus) by Faiz Bustamente.
* for those of you who have read (or seen) “The Girl with All the Gifts”, this is the same fungus from that story.
The photogs site is full of amazing stuff: http://mirrorlessmacro.blogspot.com/
Dot Eyes Open
I set up some strobes and an umbrella during LGM 2014 to shoot some portraits and have an impromptu session. I asked my wife to stand in while we tested out the lighting setup. I liked what I got, so here we are. :)
From Factory to Boneyard: The Life Cycle of Planes https://www.wired.com/story/photo-gallery-aerial-life-of-planes/ #photography
You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one.
No drone needed to take this photo, no hiking trips involved.
Just a smartphone... well that and a really cool city with really cool public transportation system.
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