Posts tagged as "experimenting"

Time Lapsing

I’ve owned an old Canon IXUS compact camera for over five years and only now I noticed I can take time lapse videos with it. I’ve always been interested in these kinds of videos, so naturally I’ve been fiddling around trying out different shots like day breaks, street traffic and tea leaves opening up in … [ read more » ]

A day by the hour project

This was an experimental project I did about two years ago. I forgot all about it only to rediscover it again now while going through my image folders. The idea was simple: take a photograph every hour of the day and see what the result is. As an afterthought, I spiced and lightened things up … [ read more » ]

Shades of grey

The past month I’ve been playing around with Adobe’s Camera RAW application (which can be used through either Bridge or Photoshop). The mini app really makes photo editing a much faster process, which is great if I want to fool around with a bunch of photos in a non-destructive way. The theme this time around … [ read more » ]

A few tweaked pics more

Just a few (and rather old) Photoshopped photos I haven’t already posted on Flickr. Nothing special really, just thought I’d break the long period of blogging silence here!

Built-in hazy skies

Found a gimmicky but fun shooting option from my Canon point-and-shoot camera called “color switch”. Basically I select a color with my camera and choose another one the camera will swap it into. It’s a cheap trick but it actually turned out to be quite fun to use! Sure, it is something that can be … [ read more » ]

Injecting mood into photos

Some time ago I noticed one thing. Basically ever since I bought and used my now broken 35mm/2.0 lens with my Digital EOS camera, I aimed for crisp, clean photography. While I managed to capture good photos, somehow I lost track at some point what photography is all about (or can be). Surely it isn’t … [ read more » ]