Surreal Energy by KasumiCR
KasumiCR

Surreal Energy

by KasumiCR in Photography

This was entered in a contest last year. Quite different from my usual photography as I'm more of a macro/nature photographer.

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  • Comments:11 comments
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  • Submitted:Jun 14th, 2011
  • Resolution:600x600
  • Date Created:Oct 18th, 2010
  • Filesize:87 KB
  • Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
  • Exposure:1/800
  • CCDWidth:3mm
  • Aperture:f/4.5
  • Focal Length:34mm
  • ISO Speed:400
  • Flash Fired:Flash did not fire, compulsory
  • Software:Adobe Photoshop CS5
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  • HellOnAStick

    HellOnAStick

    You know, i look up at power lines a lot and shake my fist because they're in the way of my shot. lol. Great job working with the subject that was there.

    Jun 19th, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      Haha, I usually feel the same about them. But the contest subject was power lines and I wanted to try something different so I decided to give it a shot, no pun intended. :p

      Jun 20th, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      hehe I really like the sort of 'cross processed' look that you've got here, too.

      Jun 20th, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      Thanks! :)

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      Is that an intentional process or just working from what you see?

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      It's basically working from what I see. I'm more of a photographer who goes by her instincts and what I think looks best.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      I am always curious...I didn't know what colors were 'supposed' to be until I started developing film.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      I want to try developing film at some point in the future.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      You should. its really quite easy and very rewarding. color is somewhat frustrating, but black and white is a blast!

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      If only I had the space to have my own dark room, I'd do it in a heartbeat. I'm also tempted to get a polaroid in the near future, but we'll see how that goes.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      I do not have a darkroom at all...I just use a daylight tank and a dark bag. You can get the dark bag for about 16.00 US and the Tank for processing 1-2 rolls at a time for 20.00 US. Then all you need are chemicals. Usually, Developer, stop bath, fixer, and photo-flo are less than 50.00 all together, or less, depending on what brands you use. Ir you're ever interested and want to do it, just ask, or check out Apug.org for supplies in your area. :)

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • KasumiCR

      KasumiCR

      Ooooh! That's pretty cool actually! I'll check it out. :)

      Jun 22nd, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      Awesome! the forums there are pretty awesome!

      Jun 22nd, 2011 Reply
  • Dynnnad

    Dynnnad

    Great lines in this photo!

    Jun 14th, 2011 Reply Subscriber