All I want for Christmas is a 2 dimensional reduction
Explore, 12.22.07 -- Merry Christmas all!
Another Christmas tree light abstract for you. I haven't figured out how to do it very well yet, but I am intrigued by the notion of motion in photos. Most photos collapse 3 dimensions into 2; they ignore the dimension of time by having a shutter speed so fast that it captures the world in a relatively static state. The reality is that most great photos do show time and change through implication. In time delay photos, one can be more explicit in capturing the 4th dimension, time, within the image. With these in particular, I reverse the assumption that a static camera should capture a moving image; instead a moving camera captures a static image.
The Christmas tree has been drinking
(Explore, 12.21.2007 -- Thanks friends!)
There's snow gettin outa here
Here are a few winter photo's from my collection reposted for Christmas
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Christmas Day 2009, Omaha ,Nebraska
Eastbound California Zephyr broken down in snow Amtrak kindly put us up overnight in a nice hotel in Chicago as we were 7 hours late and missed connecting train
This is the fountain at the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. It was very windy and the stray water made a cool bokeh effect in this shot. The red and blue was created by using two flashes, one with a red filter and one with a blue filter. They were fired at different times so the water would be in different places when each flash fired.
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