I’m so glad I found this challenge! (Thank you, Cee!) I have tons of photos that don’t belong and sometimes I end up doing something good with them in processing but still can’t categorize which makes me hesitant about posting them. Well, now I can under the umbrella of Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge! Banzai!!
So let me get on with it!
A few months ago, we were painting our holiday house by the beach. Of course, since shooting everyday and especially the out-of-the-daily-norm events is my second nature, I took a lot of photos of the activity and everything else no matter how insignificant. Later at post-processing, I make a small collection of them, recreating the whole experience only by photos. ultimately, within the collection, the photo below would make sense but alone, it doesn’t really belong and it’s meaningless.
Here’s another one from the streets of my hometown. I guess, it’ just… lines?! ><
I really don’t read a lot but I do enjoy reading as much as I enjoy photography. I don’t have many friends. and I guess as opposed to most people, in situations where I need a friend, I prefer taking a walk with my camera or reading a book. That’s just how I am.
Cat in the Shades taken on September 13, 2013 at 12:07
Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ1 edited with Analog Efex Pro 2
I posted this photo unedited months ago I can’t find the exact post though.
States of Mind: Purification
When the baggage in my head becomes unbearably heavy I take a lonely walk and pretend it’s a dream where nothing else exists except me and raging Mesteerean winds and waters.
Throwback Thursday#002: May 29, 2014 | 16:44
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1 edited by Analog efex Pro 2
I wish there were more megapixels on that camera (more than 2MP). Despite being a fully-automatic compact, its Leica lens is too damn good! I wouldn’t really care that it’s fully automatic if it produced size larger than 1600 x 1200. I’d still be using it now.
I forgot to mention its vivid colors!
Throwback Thursday #001
I’m restricting my posts for TBT to be only the photos I’ve taken with my first point&shoot camera. Most of them I’ve already posted here before but this time, I’ll give them an analog look (just because I’ve been playing around with Analog Efex Pro 2 recently! it’s not authentic but it’s nice!)