Oh man, you are on a roll!! And now I see that we have three hobbies in common. Electronic music, fixies, AND photography. Really stoked to see these images. Some thoughts…
I love your long-exposures. This post has totally inspired me to throw up some of my long-exposures from the archives. I really like “nine”. I prefer the taillight streaks for some reason. It’s a very tranquil scene what with the eucalyptus trees and the pond. Is that the remote control boat pond in GG Park? Well seen, and few would think to photo it in such a way. Night shots are actually a bit rare.
Five!Delay FX? The hardware under the hood is fascinating. Are you using this in any of your tracks? Also, did you isolate it on a white BG yourself? Very nice production quality to this image.
You can always re-order your images. 1) Go back into the post editor using Edit Posts 2) Click back on the photo icon next to upload/insert 3) Click Gallery tab at the top of the pop-up 4) Drag and re-order your images
Also, feel free to upload as much as you want. It’s up to you how you want to break up your photography submissions. Go for the series, or a post can have just one photo. Thanks so much for sharing!
I love long exposure stuff as well, please upload some more! That is indeed the boat pond in the park. Sadly I no longer have a camera that allows me to take those shots, I had borrowed that DSLR for a couple weeks to take some product shots for a site I was working on.
Five was taken while doing said product shots, I had built a little light tent out of coat hangers and some translucent fabric with shop lights from Home Depot to light it, though I think that particular pic was taken with my little Canon point and shoot. I’m not currently using the Space Echo, it needs a new tape. It’s a fascinating machine to behold, I love it.
Loving “four”!! They have these little duders (Berillium? argh, the name is escaping me right now) in the drawers at Paxton’s Gate on Valencia. Gotta pick me up some of them and do some macro shots. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks. It’s bismuth, the active ingredient in Pepto Bismol, ha.
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