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Master where is the midi? It does not show up. No worries it just shows up. Damn you're truly a master, love it. I worship youI haven't been drawing lately. Instead, I made a midi. It's been a good while since I last made one since my android phone broke and I was stuck with an iPhone, but enjoy!
Wow, that’s lovely. Saw the other angle photo.Thanks, it came about by accident. I tried making a roman mosaic by printing it and laminating it, then joining it all together. Unfortunately the steam affected it and when I took it off it also took off some of the plaster. So I just created it to hide the damage to the wall. View attachment 4390
Beautiful. Wish I had the patience to paint like that. Any courses on line for beginners to learn?What a nice thread to scroll through. Good job, everyone.
I've posted some of my paintings before, but here are two more I did.
Damn right we do
Some beautiful compositions there. My favourite is the first photo of the waterfall, I love the bleak, desaturated palette and the blown-out water, the blooming gives it this ethereal glow reminiscent of a sort of barren alien landscape, a stellar metaphor for the sterility of the suicidal mind, that which was once so beautiful so evergreen is now just grey and still.@BlackPoppet lovely eagle eyes ! Very lush, abounding nature, almost tropical.
Thank you ! We’ve got a writer... I admit I had pleasure to frame this one.Some beautiful compositions there. My favourite is the first photo of the waterfall, I love the bleak, desaturated palette and the blown-out water, the blooming gives it this ethereal glow reminiscent of a sort of barren alien landscape, a stellar metaphor for the sterility of the suicidal mind, that which was once so beautiful so evergreen is now just grey and still.
Well, as someone who does it professionally I'm impressed. I see many young technicians (particularly in indie filmmaking circles) who rely on their tools to do the work and make their images look stunning. I had that kind of narcissistic attitude too once... But a good craftsman can do amazing things with even basic tools, and I see good composition, nice use of colour and tones, and I love how you let the water blow out and overexposed (whether that was a conscious decision or just a 'happy accident') :)Thank you ! We’ve got a writer... I admit I had pleasure to frame this one.
The shrub on the left is also like a curtain that closes the panorama, and make a secretive impression, like the viewer shouldn't be here, catching an indecent moment.
I actually have no photography equipment. I use an iPad. No color work / post edition. Full credit goes to the nature ...
Ah the Lomo! I haven't heard that camera mentioned in a long time. I had a friend who owned one and like you said, you never knew what was going to come out... I recently had the same experience when I raked up a ten-year-old undeveloped negative and managed to accidentally fog it... I was convinced I'd destroyed the images but processed it anyway and what came out were these beautiful milky, desaturated colours. Here's an example shot (fogged classic Kodachrome film pushed about a stop and a half if I remember rightly). It's not a look everybody likes - but I love it.Ahh you can’t be a tease. You have to commit now. Spoke too much ;) It’s a friendly community, not judgemental. The trolls will be sent back to Mordor !
Tbh, I don’t think I’d have the patience to edit, it’d put some of the joy aside. But I respect professional’s work!
Happy accident... my favourite kind. I miss the days when I owned a Lomo camera ...or the Harinezuni gadget (too damn fragile, I broke 2, now OOP), which led to in-built distorded pictures, with blur, glare, flashy colors.. You’d never know what to expect, which was a threat ...when not discouraging !
Short verse test (this iPad gear is polyvalent). Exact daily feeling since 3 days
Seeing it Bibi, you’ll know why about the upside down mirror.
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