Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Metamorphosis part II

Here's more images from my Metamorphosis series. I only now realized how few of the images I've published, though I've had these ready since August. Sadly, I haven't been able to do any new ones since I came in Istanbul, because my scanner is in Helsinki, but that will change. In less than two weeks I'm going to Helsinki for a short visit, and that means that I can also take the scanner with me and finally continue this series in here. I'm already looking forward to that, as I have plenty of new ideas in mind. One of the things I want to try, is to create short scanography animations. In the end of this post you can see the first sketch of this idea; a simple gif animation that I made just to see how it could work.














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(first sketch of a scanography animation)




Sunday, November 2, 2014

Variations

Lately I've been very much into this process of manipulating my photos by re-shooting them with a smartphone from DSLR's back screen. Somehow I really like the digital texture that it brings out and I'm also fascinated by the possibility of distorting the perspective of the original image. I don't know yet where this is taking me, but I enjoy the process. It's nice to repeat and variate, and try move further away from the documentary aspect of photography. 











Monday, October 27, 2014

Istanbul osa 4 / Istanbul part 4

Now that I got into the mood of posting, here's another bunch of photos. Still not many people in the photos. I've realized that the reason why I rarely have more than two people in a photo is that when there's more people, the composition of the image becomes much harder to control, and it's also more difficult to include enough empty space. 















Sunday, October 26, 2014

Istanbul osa 3 / Istanbul part 3

Here's a quite random set of photos that I took three or four weeks ago. Funnily I just realized that in these photos I've photographed all people from behind and only cats are the ones that are looking to the camera.