Fruit Loops

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© Tj Watt
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Shifting hues of beauty as the world twirls by.


In camera multiple exposure and light painting for effect. 30 min final exposure on Fuji Velvia 50.

In the story Analogue Nights.

11 responses

  • Damien Abrams

    Damien Abrams gave props (20 Sep 2008):

    awesome shot

  • abbey lynch

    abbey lynch gave props (20 Sep 2008):

    this is so beautiful!!!

  • Aaron Siladi

    Aaron Siladi gave props (24 Sep 2008):

    So cool .. excellent image

  • Andrew May

    Andrew May (Deleted) said (25 Sep 2008):

    great imagery

  • Janice Mezzacappa

    Janice Mezzacappa (Deleted) gave props (27 Sep 2008):

    Love the whole series!

  • Angel Foice

    Angel Foice gave props (27 Sep 2008):

    wow. this is mesmerizing....

  • Chris Knight

    Chris Knight said (29 Sep 2008):

    I don't get how you kept your full moon from over exposing not only itself but everything else. in my experience a full moon can make it look like day light in less than two min let alone get totally blow out if it's actually in the frame.

  • Justin van Berckel

    Justin van Berckel said (30 Sep 2008):

    very cool.. but also very fake looking
    there is no way the moon would be that big with a wide-angle... but if it is a double exposure on film, then that does make it even more amazing.

  • Tj Watt

    Tj Watt said (30 Sep 2008):

    Yea, it's a multiple exposure using a zoom lens to get the moon and a fisheye to shoot the beach scene :)

  • Jim Robertson

    Jim Robertson gave props (30 Sep 2008):

    OK, that makes sense. Very nice!

  • Jessie Ehrler

    Jessie Ehrler gave props (11 Dec 2008):

    Great shot! Looks like you had fun making this.

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