Photo of the Day by buckshot

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This photo is just mind-blowing.

Credits: buckshot

Yes, the image is amazing but *buckshot* wouldn’t divulge what camera and film he used to take this experimental shot. And I thought looking at polar coordinates was supposed to be boring. This photo certainly isn’t.

Any guesses as to how buckshot did it and what camera and photo he used? Spill.

You deserve a wholehearted congratulations and a whipping high-five, buckshot Your mind-blowing shot is our Photo of the Day.

written by jillytanrad on 2014-01-04 in #news #buckshot #potd #polar-coordinates

One Comment

  1. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    @jillytanrad Thank you so much for selecting this shot as POTD, and for your incredibly kind comments!!! To answer your questions, I used an LC-Wide and Lomography CN 800 film, as tagged in the original shot here: www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/albums/1999399-winter-sol… I read in a photo magazine about how to use the 'polar coordinates' filter in Photoshop to create the 'mini world' effect, so I thought I'd try it out on a few of my analogue shots. This one is the one I think turned out best, so I'm super happy it got selected. Many thanks again...!

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