Friday, September 30, 2005

Ok for this one, lets go with a vertical format, and after that, its your call.

Ok, so heres an indoor no flash of our friend Julio. Not much pp, contrast, curves.

Pick your theme with this picture. This was taken without a flash, at 1600 ISO. It is of my friends playing a Japanese drinking game. It had a 2/5 shutter. I zoomed out from the game after hitting it, which causes that edge in the middle of the photo (and all of the effect is "real," the computer only did contrast and such. So you can do drinking games, hands, no flash in dark, or hands even, whatever.

I can't put a title, so, well shit. So what is in my fridge? Beer and yogurt. 90% of things we eat we get from one of the millinos of little food places around here, all of which cost virtually nothing. For like $3 you can eat very very well. I had so so Sushi for $3 tonight. $5 will buy you a very very fancy nice meal. My lunch is normally about $2.

The photo is a long shutter (thirteen seconds).

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Ok, easy one. Take a shot in or of your fridge. I want to see what your eating out there.

Ok, Im must say im not so keen for this one, but itll have to do. Couldnt think of any type of grip other than tires and shoes that would be an easy shot, but I must say, you kicked my butt in this one. Used my bike headlight to create huge contrast. Than desat.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

This is an image of Nan in a Majongg board. I live in Nanguo, in Tainan, in the Nan. So Nan is an important character for me (South). So the photo is me coming to grips with where I am.

I have other photos that I may like better waiting, but I wanted to get this one out of the way first. It is also our first b/w.

Ultimately I decided to go with something that just seemed out of place, or a photo that reminded me somewhat of your own.

In this case it was because of something being so out of place.

Tell me if it has just WAY too much contrast. On the Mac it shows very subtle contrast nicely, so I actually raise the contrast, but windows monitors, well, suck.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Ok, and for round two... Im feeling a bit pugnatious and radical, so lets go with breaking the law. Hopefully youll see the idea there.

On short notice, this is what Im putting on the table. Accidentally shot at 1600 iso, but I think its adds some character.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

I debated which of two photos of this flower to post. The other one is much closer, and arguably nicer. However, it is hard to tell. This one gives a better sense of place. I like it because I hate flower photos but I really do like this one, it is currently my desktop.