This was quite fun, using the defraction of an image in a water bubble to produce this shot. It only took 102 shots to get that just about central! Should have got the tripod out instead of doing it handheld. There’s a second version below that is a bit more
It was 11pm and I was just packing everything away to go to bed when I realised that I hadn’t taken the daily photograph, so I quickly grabbed this printed pattern and a ball bearing and photographed this. It wasn’t ’till I processed it that I spotted Homer Simpson…is this
After yesterday’s consideration of the amount of ink it would take to print a dark version of one of these I thought “stuff it, to hell with the ink”! And made the dark background you see here. It reminded Debbie of a Madonna video, I’m not sure if that is
Back to preparing some backgrounds for these types of photographs. I originally had this as white dots on transparent background, but of course ink jet printers don’t print white and I didn’t really want to use all the ink that printing all that black background would take!
I dug around in my little box of bits and pieces and found the cheapo coffee beans I got from the Co-Op back in January. Despite having been used in numerous photos and having been in an opened pack for all this time they still smell delicious…and they still make
A bit of a late one for today’s photo so I got some of the props I got at the start of the year to make this somewhat abstract photograph. A pencil, some black paper and a light box is all it took (well a camera as well, obviously with