Stills V3

June 19, 2009

Never Point Your Camera at the Sun

Filed under: Matt — Matt Alofs @ 12:47

Gotta quit doing that.

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7 Comments »

  1. Having said that this was stunning on your site, I suppose that I can’t contradict myself here. It has a feel of a modern piece of celtic art.

    Comment by John Ellis — June 20, 2009 @ 06:38

  2. Ah, but you do it so well…

    The cloud is important. Without it, I wouldn’t know which way I was looking. Sort of grounds (if that’s the right word) the picture.

    Comment by doonster — June 21, 2009 @ 10:43

  3. Very unusually for me I’m wanting this to be more contrasty. The tonality is dominating the subject (although I do like John’s suggestion of modern celtic).

    Comment by Colin — June 21, 2009 @ 16:33

  4. Comparing the print of this to what I’ve posted here does make this look a bit flat.

    Comment by matt — June 23, 2009 @ 02:02

  5. unless you have a hydrogen alpha filter. ( I have a chap who chases solar eclipses that works for me )

    I feel very hot, the landscape is barren, and the most interesting view is up.

    Comment by Rex — June 24, 2009 @ 20:42

  6. Not sure why not if safety precautions are undertaken. Everything just floats even the empty left third. That left third holds me the most I guess it’s the calming quality of all that ‘shadow’ before embarking again to feast on the other two thirds.

    Comment by akikana — June 25, 2009 @ 01:26

  7. Beautifully simple. I’m not sure that more contrast would suit me — I like the feeling of looking into the sun.

    Comment by Christina — June 26, 2009 @ 23:52


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