heyho! first of all- the combination of techniques you used is really advanced and greatly innovative! in my humble opinion the endresult is a bit overcrowded with details- kind of distracting to have it all in one image- but i´m sure using your skills with a more calm background will make a stunning image in every concern! by the way i just saw you have some very great shots in your gallery- respect for the patience you hace. best regards felix
Hi! thank you very much for your comment (a real comment ) but yes in a way you are right, it maybe is a bit 'overcrowded'. But sometimes I dont have the time or location to work out an idea so I tryout stuff in the backyard. Its always experimenting and combining different tools and techniques and see what you can come up with. Sure there is some planning but in this case I just had to do some light-painting, thats why the title is 'LP itch'
Hehe, yes, i think critical comments makes us learn more than always writing just awesome and stuff.... i know that problem. the techniques you use take so much time its better to test them in the backyard to be able to perform correctly when you find the right spot some day!
there nothing better than having a creative afternoon testing new stuff with the cam. dont worry about the backyard, its still great work.
Iv been super busy with all sorts of stuff, iv done a couple in a grave yard the other night whilst out geocaching. Took a bad fall taking a long exposure in a river a few days ago only my hand/ wrist and the Nikon stayed out of the water. Got a few cuts and bruises + a bang to the head but all ok nothing bad. Cam got wet but didnt submerge and seems fine. The blackberry was totally under but has survived to so hurrah