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qsysue last won the day on June 16 2014

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    Photography experiments

    Also, I messed around with some light painting in my garage awhile ago, when really bored. Here are the results. If you want to know more about what I used just ask.
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    Photography experiments

    I got bored and made another pinhole camera. This time I used a pinhole I got via ebay, it's machined, so it's perfect. I used a soap box for the camera: Only one frame from a test roll came out--didn't expose long enough for most of them. Here it is--some books on a shelf and a Viewmaster: I've almost finished off a second roll of film in it and will post anything that came out that's interesting.
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    Photography experiments

    Haven't posted in here for awhile. Here's another double exposure, one exposure redscale, the other normal C41: The redscale exposures ended up being upside down.
  4. I don't remember if I ever posted about my zine in here. Mostly freight graff, monikers, interviews, but also a bit of my non-graff photography, with contributions from a lot of benchers. I just got done with the 3rd issue, available here (all three are still available though): http://strangepulse.bigcartel.com/ Latest has interviews with snafu, aware + kuhr, leroy drown + savage land, forge, jeske amfm, and a couple of railroad workers. I'm pleased with how it came out.
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    Photography experiments

    I did a double exposure with slide film, one exposure being redscale, one not. I underexposed the redscale too much though and it barely shows: I have other rolls I still need to develop. I've also done some double exposure exchanges with Flickr contacts, where I shoot the roll once and then send it to someone who shoots it again. I also tried doing camera obscura in my house, but my backyard is pretty boring, so nothing very interesting got projected on my wall. I put the RR sign out there just so there'd actually be something in my yard. I also tried putting a pinhole over my digital camera (a Nikon 1). I liked the results best where there was all kinds of light leaks: Once I had it taped up good it wasn't as cool. Another experiment I'm working on now is modifying an old box camera to use 2.25x3.25 sheet film. I kinda ran out of steam on it, maybe this thread will get me going again.
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    The Photography Thread

    Haven't been on here in a long time, nice to see quality stuff still being posted! Here's my fave pic I've taken recently: Holga shot using film that expired in the 70s.
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    Utah plus

    I haven't posted in here in forever. I haven't really done that much shooting since moving to Utah, not like I used to. It's either too hot to go anywhere or nothing worth taking pictures of. But here's some since the last time I posted. Places in Snow Canyon: Gunlock, UT: Frozen lake in April, last spring--just beginning to thaw: Sand Hollow water resevoir: Abandoned houses in Modena, UT: Over Under wheat paste on a closed down bowling alley in Hurricane, UT:
  8. I don't know if I've really posted about my zine in here yet. Second issue is available now: http://strangepulse.bigcartel.com/ First issue is still available as well. It's mostly train graff photos, but also includes some of my non-graff photography. It's packed full of stuff. Not something you flip through in just a few minutes.
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    Utah plus

    Thank you! This is at the Red Cliffs Rec Area near Hurricane, UT: I'll probably post more pics from that area soon. Beryl, UT is another modern day ghost town. I'm not even sure you can call it a town, there's only a couple farms, from what I saw. And a few abandoned houses: Need to get back up there when it's not below freezing and take more pictures. Pinhole shot of a petroglyph: This is in Nevada near the Valley of Fire:
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    The Photography Thread

    Does your point and shoot give you manual exposure options?
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    Utah plus

    This is Sand Hollow State Park. A water reservoir. You can boat and dirt bike here (there are dunes--orange dunes). It's in a town called Hurricane, which the locals pronounce "Herkin." I refuse to call it that. You've got a town with the best name ever, and you're not going to say it right? Taken with a Nikon V1 (which I just picked up used really cheap).
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    Abandoned buildings and places.

    Thanks! I went back to that location not too long ago, and there's a security guard there now. I think he's bribable, though, haha.
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    Videos

    Are you a film student? I've only messed around with train graff video clips for fun. I don't really know what I'm doing. You can see them here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/whenigodeaf/tags/video/ EDIT: Actually, there are some non-graff videos, if you want to see what southern Utah looks like:
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    The Photography Thread

    This thread is so awesome I feel kinda lame posting anything to it. A couple digital point and shoot shots from a recent trip to Seattle: My husband and son in the Seattle Public Library. There's a section in the middle of the building that is entirely red, it's pretty awesome: Holga shot of the tabernacle in St George, UT (where I live now): There's a hiking trail near where I live that takes you up to a cliff covered in ancient petroglyphs: This is several exposures using a half-frame camera to make a panorama. On the right you can see some petroglyphs of animals.
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    Cameras

    Glad you liked the zine. Those cameras look heavy.
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