Annoyance: When someone peers over your shoulder when you’re sending a text.
Annoyance: When you go to pour a bowl of cereal and someone is drinking directly out of the milk carton.
Annoyance: When you’re trying to read but you’re distracted by someone’s rambunctious noise.
Hello everyone! These photos are for my Media Arts ISU project. The theme of the project was annoyance, so I decided to create a few cloning photos relating to things that people do that can be irritating. What kind of things do people do that get on your nerves?
If you have any suggestions on how to achieve better cloning effects, please let me know!
Hello everyone! So a couple of weeks ago I experimented with light painting using my iPod flash in my bedroom, and tonight I decided to try it again, only this time adding a colourful twist to the procedure: glow sticks! Here are some of the wacky results I got from this magical glow-stick wand (acquired from the Dollar Store, of course).
And she’s buying a Stairway to Heaven…
This one reminds me of a pencil shaving, does anyone else see it?
Have you ever tried creating designs with glow-sticks? What settings did you use on your camera that worked for you? Let me know in the comments down below.
So this weekend I decided to do some experimenting with light painting photography. This was my first independent experiment with it and it was very fun to do. I’ve tried it once before at school but the effects I got were somewhat different. Here are a few of the symbols I “painted.”
I liked how the vertices of the star seemed to sparkle!
To create these symbols I used my iPod’s flash setting, and set my camera up on my tripod and played around with various settings. I believe I eventually found the most success with my aperture set at F22. My exposures differed, ranging from ten to thirty seconds, depending on which time worked well in regards to how long it took to paint each symbol.
I achieved these effects at nighttime in my bedroom with the lights shut off and the window and door completely closed, and I liked the effect of the white light against an almost completely black background.
Here you can see where the light came out from my iPod. I would love to experiment more with light painting, perhaps outside in a more interesting location. I’d love to try painting with different-coloured lights and I might look into finding some colourful sparklers and glosticks. It would also be cool to try and paint around figures and objects so I could do more than just simple symbols in the air. Have you ever tried light painting? What techniques have worked for you? Let me know what you think down below!
I’ve made myself laugh from some ideas – but I’ve never scared myself.
R. L. Stine
Here is the last of my sketches in this blogger challenge, a bubbling black cauldron.
Here is a small sketch of a black rose. There is also a blurred-out quote that is unrelated to Halloween but I love it so I wrote it down anyways.
“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”- William Shakespeare