August 27th, 2006
|02:04 pm - 12th & Pine|
12th & Pine, Seattle
25 August 2006
42"w x 87"h
This is a new series of construction cranes. I hope to keep up with the graffiti mosaics, but we'll see.
What did you have in mind? And how did you come across this image?
I didn't know about that. Far out.
Dude, overall, I really dig your photomosiacs. You've managed to turn this into your own thing and your photography has come a long way from what it was when you started out.
I'm just curious, though, as to why you don't lock your exposure when shooting a mosiac? In my opinion, this type of image would be greatly improved by first carefully metering the overall scene and selecting the best exposure and then lock it in (or switch to manual) so that both the subject and the background hold the same values throughout each frame and individual frame overlaps become unobtrusive. Unless, that is your intent.
And, yes, I'm aware that I misspelled mosaic. Heh...
Making the frames obvious is definitely part of my intent with the graffiti mosaics. But your comment prompts me to ask myself whether that works with the construction cranes. I should try some smooth and see what it looks like.
I have done some smooth panoramas, and was going to link to them, but got messed up in the HTML. Sorry!
|Date:||August 29th, 2006 02:35 pm (UTC)|| |
Very interesting. Did you see these?
The winners and runnersup in the July DIMi Corel Manipulated Photography and Vector Illustration competitions on thi site
or this one