WE GOT ARTIE
We have some theories as to how she can get up there and maybe even partially why. She’s grounded inside for a few days until it stops being cold for now.
WE GOT ARTIE
We let her out and she was up there the next morning. Sigh. At least it’s easier to rescue her now.
Does anyone feed them or do they just kinda... hang out?
It's so damn hard to remember this in the moment sometimes. But it is very true.
also: THUMB IN THE FRAME :)
more anti-composition maunderings
The first one feels like it only really quite works if you put it in a narrative with "this is the only photograph anyone has managed to take of these fast-moving, hungry bastards" energy. Otherwise the aggressively empty center just feels like a mistake, or one image in a burst sequence that ends up NOT being the one you actually share. There might be a way to make it work - maybe a big out-of-focus/speed-blurred critter that's encroaching on the central area?
out of focus/autofocus on the wrong thing, badly lit, moving too fast for the shutter? those feel like places to explore here? fuck it up, then touch it up *just* enough to barely work? I dunno, I'm just tossing out ideas. I think there's something pretty exciting lurking here if you explore a while longer.
This is a large part of why I moved back to New Orleans. SUNSHINE.
waiting for fuligin/vantablack/etc to be available as a dye
The forest view is awesome, it really feels like a candid shot from someone who just stumbled on them and is caught between wanting to get a good view of them and not wanting to get stepped on. This is definitely an interesting place for you to explore!
day jeorb (+++)
I am sitting at a cafe away from stupid cats who want to go get stuck in attics and it is sunny and I have a hot cup of chai and I am going to sit down and read all these commission emails and start thinking about prices and my interest level.
Actually wait this chai has gone cold while I browsed social media, I'm gonna get another one and THEN get down to email...
Time for a leaf party!
Bureaucracy is like that.
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current project: Parallax (http://egypt.urnash.com/parallax/, @parallax)
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