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"Bonus material: Behind the scenes..."

"Bonus material: Behind the scenes..."

How this album was made: First exposure was of the sparkly artshop cards shown here, cut and glued into an abstract shape. (It was actually just a random composition, but my daughter said it looked like a keyhole, so I rolled with that...). The whole roll was shot close up so the composition filled the frame, and the cards were placed in direct sunshine to enhance the sparkles. The second layer was then the random subjects you see in the album. Both exposures were taken with the exposure compensation on my trusty Pentax P50 (seen here) set to -1 (i.e. one stop underexposed). My first go with this sparkle effect, if you're interested, is available here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/albums/1897290-sparklesprocks And the sprocket holes...? Well, they're the result of a homemade mask placed inside the camera, as first deomonstrated in my album here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/albums/1889661-introducing-bucksprock-400-film Thanks for reading (and looking, and liking!) ;-)

buckshot Taken by buckshot with a HTC smartphone loaded with digital film in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: instruction, demonstration, and digital. Date: 2012-11-02. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Keyhole Sparklesprocks.

6 comments

  1. buckshot

    buckshot

    P.S. This is a 're-enactment' shot for demonstration purposes - there was obviously no camera shadow on the card when I exposed the first layer ;-)

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  2. nacarilegea

    nacarilegea

    nice tipster :)

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  3. naomac

    naomac

    one to try, love them all

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  4. jean_louis_pujol

    jean_louis_pujol

    Another great Buckshot's experiment!

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  5. aanum

    aanum

    Cool, Nice job

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  6. aoizumi

    aoizumi

    Thank you for the tutorial!

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