I am feeling very foggy brained today and have nothing to offer except this: I figured out how to make a gif out of a live photo! AND I can use it as a featured photo on WordPress!! \o/
In my last photoblog I posted the blurry results from the first roll through my Holga GTLR. I thought for my next few posts I’d share more results from that camera.
Happy to have figured out the error of my ways, I brought it with me on a weekend trip to Astoria, Oregon. I had a lot of fun with it, once I realized the camera wasn’t broken!
Camera: Holga GTLR
Film: Top photo: expired slide film (I can’t remember which brand!) Bottom two photos: Portra 160
cross processed by lab (Blue Moon in Portland, Oregon).
This is part 2 of my playtime with my new-to-me Ansco Pix Panoramic camera. Read part one here.
I took the camera with me on a walk at Wildwood Park on Mt Hood. Here are the shots. I really like how these came out, for the most part.
Fifty-four years lighting up the sky.
A quivering leap smashes a billion worlds.
Entire body looks for nothing.
Living, I plunge into Yellow Springs.
geeky photo bits:
This was taken with my Zero 45 pinhole camera using the 25mm configuration. I used Arista.edu 100.
The poem is Dogen’s death poem. I read it for the first time the other day and I love it. I wrote my own “death poem” that I will share on Monday. (I am not planning on dying anytime soon, it was just a writing exercise).