I have always liked photographs where one or multiple techniques are used to obscure the image: out-of-focus, motionblur, underexpose, overexpose, posterization etc. And I also often call the results as "abstract". But if there is still some elements in the image that can be recognized, is it then abstract or something else? Could it be impressionism? Or could it be expressionism? Or combination of those all? Here's some definitions one can try to implement in use. Impressionism is. ".…
Year of the Fire Rooster, album created on January 1, 2017
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Year of the Fire Monkey, album created on January 3, 2016
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Year of the Wood Goat, album created on January 2, 2015
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December 1, 2017We are "social media nomads", not like those who are travelling around the world and keeping their personal blog or vlog about it, but folks who try to survive in the jungle of social media services. We try to find best and cheapist place to share our creativity and hunger for inspiration. And what makes us as nomads is the fact that nothing seems to continue for ever, especially not the social media services. Who remembers such communities as Multiply and My Opera? Who will soon remember Pa…
November 10, 2017Several times I have mentioned a trick to view two dimensional images with one eye only. This trick may then help to experience the depth on a picture. But the trick does not work for everyone. I recently discovered an interesting study on the subject, and there it was found the ability to see depth in the two dimensional image increases when the image is viewed through a small hole. And yes, it worked for me. So, cut a small (approximately 1 cm) hole in the cardboard, and peek through it…