Bathroom montage. In a subtle way I wanted to show off my new “Pickles” jar my friend Zoe gave me! Shot indoors with flash.
I was feeling inspired to try an Andy Warhol-esque pop style multiple exposure image. There is only one can of Campbell’s Tomato Soup, I shot one exposure with a dark blue flash gel, another exposure with just the plain flash and then a third exposure with a yellow flash gel. The result is cool, but not as trippy as I had hoped. I’d like to play around with this concept more for a future day.
Melissa Jill talked about how to get and loyal following on your blog as well as shared a few of her experiences as a photographer and how she started her business. I hope to keep the blog experience for you guys refreshing and interesting with some of the great tips I learned!
At the end of the meeting there were prizes raffled off, Scott of Tharn Photography, was with me and we each went home with prizes! My prize was this spiffy travel cup from Smug Mug. Scott won the coolest prize, a snazzy little camera bag from Think Tank!
All in all it was great catching up with local photographers, getting lots of great info from Melissa Jill and of course, scoring some sweet prizes to boot. Thanks to PAC organizer, Nick, for a fun (and educational) night out!
365 Photo Specs: The photo of the Smug Mug cup was shot indoors with flash and pale violet flash gel since I was using a solid white background!
Sunday was another awesome Coffee, Cookies and Crafts event featuring amazing artists, designers, creatives, bakers, businesses and more! We had so much fun!
They day was a bit overcast so I made sure to use my flash for this shot. The subject is one of the amazing robot sculptures by Voigt Metal. I used the flash, but forgot about the flash gel again (d’oh!) I think the red would have popped more without it.
I definitely am going to start taking my camera with me on all of my adventures. I even switched out my purse for a messenger bag that can fit multiple cameras! The first rule of Lomography after all is: Take your Lomo with you wherever you go!
Thankfully sketching can be done lying down, from the comfort of my couch. I feel really icky today, but found some energy to draw in between naps.
This first picture (Day 26) is a reworking of the “zombify” logo from the makeup jar sketch from the other day. I can’t decide if I like 2 eyeballs in the gooey words or not.
My Gothmas gift from the s/o came in the mail today! My vegan sneakers from MooShoes. I’m really chuffed that this particular pair of Macbeth’s even say “vegan” right on the sneaker!
Here is my sketch for day 2 of my 365 project. I like drawing tentacles and I saw this great picture of a woman with an octopus on her head that inspired me to draw a woman with tentacles for hair. I may play with this idea further as I also think it ties in nicely with my cthulhu women.
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