In fact, the tulip wasn’t black but once again the best colour was no colour (black). I think here should be some track of Massive attack playing as the background.
Possibly it could be better if it was the same tube (the same trademark) but it’s not sell in Estonia. Maybe I will reshoot it once with the same tube but maybe it’s just me who pays attention to that. Camera: Nikon F55Lens: Nikon AF Nikkor 28-80mm 3.3-5.6Film: Kodak T-max 100Aperture: F4 + F4.5Shutter speed: … More Life of things: paint
Finally, I was back to finish the series/project I started rather long ago. Sometimes I feel like I stuck somewhere and sometimes I can have dozens of ideas. It was at the end of December and I was going to visit Moscow once again and I was sitting in the bus and something happened to … More Life of things: sock
After my latest shot with eyes and a self-portrait (on avatar now) in particular, my husband told me that it’s not original at all and there’s so much like that already. It made me sad for a while. I doubt that someone can do something truly original nowadays (and does anyone need it by the … More Playing cards and originality question
A friend of mine told me that “photography is sort of fake” (comparing with other art forms). I argued. A little time after I was looking at this sort-of-fake vase and I was thinking about how to make it even more fake. And I think I did it. Now this photo is sort of fake … More Photography is sort of fake?
I made something wrong again while developing it seems or I have some problems with the tank but with this one I am content. Camera: Nikon F55Lens: Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8DAperture: F 2.8Shutter speed: 1/4Film: Kodak T-max 100Developer: Ilford Perceptol (1+1 13.5 minutes)Scan: Epson Perfection V550
This is a project I made together with Mike Ross again. As ever I start with thanks. Thank you, Mike, for bearing with me! At the end of our first project was a phrase “to be continued” and our communication really continued after a short break. We didn’t think about concept much, we just chose … More Imaginary road trip without destination: a photography co-project