Monday, January 15, 2007

Inspired by Bastia DP


Lutheran church at Kossuth street

Technique inspired from this post by Bastia DP. The photographer, Terra has been kind enough to explain how to achieve the effect (kaleidoscope +35mm) . If you have a kscope, give it a try!
What you see is a cheat as my home made kaleidoscope is not giving me the result i wanted . so i've tweaked using photo manipulation software.

17 comments:

Lavender Lady said...

How very beautiful! I must investigate this kaleidoscope technique.

Olivier said...

superbe ce b&w et ton montage. tu pourrais la proposer comme carte postale. j'aime beaucoup


superb this b&w and your assembly. you could propose it like postcard. I like much

photowannabe said...

It may be a cheat but the effect is excellent. I like it ad as Oliver says, it would make a good postcard.

Mimmu said...

What ever you did, you did it well!The beautiful picture!

Jazzy said...

Hi Kris, nice to be back. Hope you had nice holidays and not 'too much of a good food' to eat, hehe.

Great photos in the New Year, really enjoyed going trough all of them.

Jenny said...

I don't understand it, but it's exquisite!

Mandi said...

It's beautiful. And black and white photography is always so elegant.

Ben said...

Very interesting. I thought you did with image editor.

Zsolt72 said...

this effect makes it really special..wonderful!

~tanty~ said...

I don't understand it, but it's fantastic!

zannnie said...

nice effect!:)

Lisi said...

mmm...I don't understand the technique either...but I'm thinking about getting a new camera in a couple of months time :-)

ruth said...

It's really nice. Maybe some day!

Kris said...

Ben,
you're right..as I meantioned its a cheat ;)

Lisi,
good news, which cam. you're looking at?

Mandi,
oh yes, I'd choose b/w over colours any time !

Jazzy,
thank you for taking the time to browse my archive. You have lots ot catch up with us ;)

Olivier /photowanabe,
the placement of the text was intended to make it seem like a post card.. Thanks!

Thank you all for your visit..
as I have taken photos using a kaleidoscope on objects but never on bigger scale , eg. building.. i have assumed you guys have the experience . What i did was placed my camera into "view finder" of kaleidoscope , that should do the trick.

maiylah said...

oohh... will try that technique one of these days, Kris ... after i find my kaleidoscope! :)

Kris said...

maiylah,
hahaah...mine was gathered in thick dust, then i sent B to buy one and he bought a kiddie one (with those small stars in it) .. :p LOLL!

Meg in Nelson said...

Nice! I love your B&W shots. This particular one has a quasi-Rivindale atmosphere.

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