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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by Briar, Aug 1, 2013.
Post your second picture below and don't be afraid to comment and generally be silly.
Day 2 - Unrecognisable
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sheesh, day one has me stumped and we're already on day two. It's getting near the golden hour here....I should venture out with the camera and see what I can get.
ReD it looks like the face of an owl carving?
Wonder will they all be mirroReD?
And now that you've said that and I'm looking at it... tis possible. Which consequently blows the owl theory but such is life.
Sad to say that this 'Organised mess' is 40% of my desk top. Think I need a smaller desk to force me to be tidy and yes, I do know where everything is.
X-E1 35mm F1.4
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My desk is worse.. but yes.. I know where everything is though on rare occasion I do find surprises!
Yeah, sure. Everybody knows where everything is, in their mess.
Actually a distortion of one of the images from Day 1. The base image was mirroReD but this image wasn't.
Got to love this thread for pushing me into uncharted territory
Huge Ever Growing........of thr Ultraworld
Stuck together..... i just couldn't separate them.. I ordered a LX7 from the groupon deal and it arrived just in time. I think I may shoot most of the images for this comp with it. Very easy to use and decent output.
stuck together by 2Deye, on Flickr
Photography - Unrecognizable
Starting a film project. This pristine Nlkkormat is exactly like the first 'real' 35mm camera I ever had.
Photography has changed so much since that it is almost....
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I decided to work on unrecognizable today and put the old Lester A. Dine 105mm macro on my E-P1 and then turned on the grainy B/W filter. I had a lot of fun. I think the third is probably recognizable, but no one can tell what the first two are.....I'm fairly certain.
P1010045 by Lukinosity, on Flickr
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P1010047 by Lukinosity, on Flickr
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P1010060 by Lukinosity, on Flickr
Strangely, the last one seems more alien to me than the first two even if I'm not sure what any of them are at the moment. Well done and I like the grittiness of them Luke!
when you see the quality in this you have to ask why film?
I look forward to you putting us out of our misery Luke
I hazard a guess at the middle one being a turntable
I'll do the reveal tomorrow ReD so everyone has a chance to see if they recognize anything. Try not to let it bother you. They WERE supposed to be unrecognizable.
I can't tell what those are, but the third is the scariest!