Textures and patterns in everyday objects can seem extraordinary and out of this world when one pays a little attention to them.
A double exposure using different results that I got while playing with the same lights on different occasions — a primitive light drawing, and a bokeh. Together, they’re magic! 🙂
My first experiment with rotating the camera while clicking a photograph. I’d become enthused reading an article or two about rotating / zooming in to make the picture look abstract, so I tried this with the floral skirt I wore that day. Not bad — certainly not the mess I thought it would turn out to be, though it is centered slightly away from where I wanted it to! 🙂 Well, this reminds me that I haven’t really tried many of these shots recently. Time to shoot some abstracts!
There’s nothing more satisfactory than relaxing on the evening of a positive day, enjoying whatever joys the season has to offer, with one’s favorite <insert object of your choice> in hand. A good day for me is when I go to sleep happy.
Composite created from three images: a sunset, a cold drink, and one of my sister’s patterned paper sheets.
Not all blurry photographs, even if unintended, are eligible for the trash can. They actually look beautiful sometimes! This one, for instance —
I’d been aiming for this lamp, adjusting my settings, when ‘click!’ I pressed the shutter button without thinking. Needless to say, I was happy when I saw the result of this accident. 😉 I see it as an abstract representation of the Diwali festival — the flame, its reflection, the vague outline of the earthen lamp in the background…
I now try unfocused clicks more often. (Although what comes out of it isn’t always great.) That just goes to show that there is always some takeaway from any incident, doesn’t it?
There are some casual photographs that are just too much fun to play with. This hole-ridden tabletop, for instance. It was just begging to be photoshopped (or GIMP’ed, in my case), and with a simple superimposed lens effect, this is what it turned into.
Makes me think of the Moon. 🙂