Friday, April 9, 2010
April 8 ~ and post
I've uploaded a few multiple exposure images, but those were all combined in-camera. Two pics were shot, here, with slow shutter speeds panning across small fields of color (the texture is from the yarn on a knitted blanket on the bottom layer, while the top layer was a colorful microfiber cloth and the swirl was actually the effect of the movement during the shutter speed, from a lighter colored source in the corner), then the final image was created post-production with a 90% opacity on the top layer and then some levels adjustments to tweak color.
Normally most of my photos are created at exposure, with slight adjustments later. The title refers to the image's dependence upon post-production for a large percentage of its existence. I was going to call it "pre and post" but I suppose pre-production would be more about set-up, so that didn't make sense.
Gear: Nikon D90, Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.4, stack of close-up filters
Posted by Jen Dolen