GabytronFeatured By OwnerMar 23, 2005Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love the middle one, and the one on the right of it. The yellow then immediately blue. Hmm, wouldn't it be weird if the yellow blended into the blue, having a small gradient of green in there?
Then the other one, it's the clouds, and how they seem to go in all sorts of directions and be different colors. It feels chaotic, though calm at the same time.
Yeah, it's true about digital cameras and the lesser cost. Whenever I get a succesful shot with my digital camera, I usually take the same steps to reproduce it on 35mm, that way I don't have to waste film. There's still nothing like spending four hours in a small dark room going crazy and seeing the cockroaches scuttle across the floor everynow and then. It's like they're checking up on you.
Nikon D-70, eh? I'm still at a Nikon coolpix2500, from a few years ago. My "beginners" camera.
The second and third were taken on days after big storms (well, big for California, anyway... they're called "laughable" by my friends in places like Chicago and New York). If you look real close like at the middle one you'll see that the moon is up at the top of the picture.
I know what you mean with the whole digital camera thing I love mine and I always get the picture I want not some stupid one.
I love Santa Cruz I havent been there is years though so I guess this summer I might just have to go!!!