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.
Life of things: paint
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
Life of things: sock
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
Playing cards and originality question
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
Photography is sort of fake?
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?
Still life in Russian style
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
Imaginary road trip without destination: a photography co-project
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