by Romuald Swieconek on a swing-lens Horizon presumably
Talk about doing things the hard way… photographer Benedict Morgan replicates the look of a test strip by painting he scenes in stripes of gray. Interesting project. I wish I had this much time on my hands and a crew that doesn’t ask questions about crazy ideas.
Hit the link for a look at the cropped images, and check out the photographer’s homepage for more of his work.
The wiggle action on this weirdo digital camera is really something else. My lovely model is passing by the statues you may recognize just off Franklin on Burgundy. These images are unedited, all effects in-camera. Between the actual tilt-shift and the off-kilter telephoto in the lens I’m never sure what exactly I’ll get, so I stay in 3-shot burst mode at all times.
That also keeps the flash away.
Great execution of a neat idea, somewhat similar to some experiments I did a while back using long exposures on a 16mm motion picture camera. Click into the article to find out how these were created.
These are wonderful and I want them all.
They’re almost as wonderful as the article on contact sheets, something I miss very much.
Photo: David Seymour’s Actress Sophia Loren in Italy, 1955
Lots of inspiring shots in this project. Not exactly a double exposure, since the shutter stays open for 8 seconds, but a doubled image is produced as he shifts the camera to a new framing. Great concept and beautiful images.
In case you haven’t seen yet, Tumblr launched a new site and iOSapp called Photoset!
It lets you make photo sets (kinda like collages) without having to post it on Tumblr. It gives you a URL which makes sharing a collection of photos super easy.