with a scanner, a torch and a toy ball. what do you think??
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I think is absolutely wonderful!! You clever girl you, fancy thinking of that and making a cracking abstract out of it! Marvelous:-)
23 Nov 2008 5:05am
@Linerberry: Thanks Liners! yeah about the only good thing about studying photography at uni was that the assignments did force you to get creative!! haha
interesting! definitely worth the experiment..:)
23 Nov 2008 5:22am
@Hinah: Thanks Hinah!
An excellent solution that forms a beautiful composition!
23 Nov 2008 5:57am
@One: Thank you very much!
23 Nov 2008 6:21am
@Steve Rice: cheers!
Never stop playing,
The results are sometimes surprising.
23 Nov 2008 7:26am
@Grahame: yeah i do love to experiment - so much fun! Thanks Grahame!
Very unusual ! A great shot, and a great idea…
23 Nov 2008 8:39am
@Calusarus: Thanks very much Calusarus!
Really Catches the Eye
23 Nov 2008 8:56am
@Silverado Photography: cool! I am glad! Thanks!
I think that's cool! Very playful. I agree with Graham, never stop playing!
23 Nov 2008 9:01am
@Margie: yeah it is a lot of fun to just go crazy and experiment sometimes - plus it is fun to make a mess in the process!! haha. Thanks Margie!
incredible... and wonderful! It's like the moon in abstract landscape.
23 Nov 2008 9:52am
@Marina Culubret: yeah i know what you mean - i actually did another image in this same series that reminded me of a lunar eclipse a bit. i might post it soon if i can find it! Thanks very much Marina!
Haven't the faintest idea of what it is, but it surely makes a nice abstract...
23 Nov 2008 10:09am
@Florence: hehe yeah the result looks completely different than the setup - all i did was place the toy ball on a scanner with the lid left open, then set the scan going while i flicked torchlight back and forth over the scanner surface as it scanned down the screen in order to create the white bands of light. i hope that made some more sense! Thanks Florence!
Brilliant! Love it!. Fine composition and great idea. Well done.
23 Nov 2008 10:16am
@MaryP: Thank you very much MaryP!
I like the results! I've been thinking of trying scanning also!
23 Nov 2008 11:34am
@Anita: its a lot of fun and there are so many possibilities - a good way to fill an afternoon atleast! Thanks Anita!
so cool very creative and a wonderful abstract as the end result
23 Nov 2008 12:58pm
@JJ: Thanks JJ!
Very creative ... I couldn't quite figure out where the torch played into the mix, but your explanation to Florence fixed that for me ... love your slinky shot ... very nice portfolio of work, here ... pleased to meet you!
23 Nov 2008 1:11pm
@Ron: i am very pleased to meet you too Ron! good, i am glad that it makes sense - i post my images late at night and sometimes my brain doesn't function properly enough to explain things as well as i probably should - haha! Thank you for your lovely comment Ron.
Agree - very creative experiment. what shutter speed did you use here??
23 Nov 2008 2:40pm
@PD: Thanks PD! i didn't use a shutter speed as this image was completely created using a scanner as a sort of 'camera'. so i just used the amount of time that it took to scan - you know what i mean?? i just set the scan going, lifted the lid of the scanner and flicked the torch light along the sensor as it slide down the scanner screen. let me know if that didn't make sense and i will try it again - haha it is very earlier in the morning here and my words aren't coming out very easily! haha
break out the funk
23 Nov 2008 3:30pm
@dan: hehe indeed! Thanks Dan! Thanks for visiting!
neat idea! very creative... :)
23 Nov 2008 4:30pm
@Magda: cheers Magda!
Brilliant work Kathryn!!! This is a great abstract image and deserves to be enlarged and hung!!
23 Nov 2008 4:42pm
@Maxine: wow cool thanks Max! I did get this one printed once for an assignment and it did turn out quite well...it would definately brighten up the room i think - maybe a little too much! haha. nah good idea! Have a nice day!
Great idea, it´s a nice abstract!
23 Nov 2008 5:19pm
@Renata: Thanks very much Renata! Thanks for visiting!
I think it's marvelous! I wish I could use the word "cracking". It's so fitting.
23 Nov 2008 6:12pm
@Bookfool: haha. Thank you very much for your lovely comment Bookfool! Have a good day/night - what ever time it is where you are!!! haha i get so confused......
Plenty of power ...make thinking, give peace too ...fantastic experiment!
23 Nov 2008 6:14pm
@maLuz: Thank you very much maLuz!!
Fine eye-catching graphical picture. Do experiment!
23 Nov 2008 7:40pm
@Alphons: cool that's what i was hoping for! I will! Thanks Alphons!
Very creative I love it
@jamesy: I am glad. Thanks Deb!!!
23 Nov 2008 8:24pm
@Ross Collins: Thanks Ross!
I'm really amazed enjoying the way you play, creating abstract art, wonderful colors.
24 Nov 2008 11:46am
@Josep Triay: awesome!! Thank very much Josep!
Thats incredible what an amazing shot
24 Nov 2008 7:18pm
@Graham Russon: cool, thanks Graham!
Very interesting work, the colors are great with a nice contrast.
The contrast, i mean the lines b&w and the color circle really work here. Nice work !
24 Nov 2008 8:53pm
@Oly B: Thank you very much Oly B! have a great day!
25 Nov 2008 8:56am
@Isao: cool, i always like being original! haha. Thanks Isao!
25 Nov 2008 12:27pm
Un tractament molt creatiu!!! M'agrada!!
26 Nov 2008 9:50am
striking!!! and i just LOVE koosh balls!! although i haven't actually had one for 16 some years... this is a faaabulous shot! amazing contrasts, muted color, texture -- brilliant!!!
27 Nov 2008 9:18am
@dj.tigersprout: thank you - i couldn't remember what it was called! i love this toy - i wish i could play with it all day long! i guess i'm not a very mature for my age ey?!?! but where's the fun in that! haha. Thank you again DJ - though i am not exactly sure if i want to be talking to you at the moment due to the whole you, not me, being in iceland at the moment thing! haha
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