I wasn’t able to edit this photo last night since I got home late and my roommate was asleep. I was helping a friend with a last minute theatrical lighting focus for a small show happening at UCLA. Here is a quick shot of my reflection with rim lighting.
Celebrating Shabbat with many different Jewish student groups. I am glad that my job gives me the opportunity to work events like this. Also, 5 more days left. Wow.
Today marks my final self portrait. I chose to revisit something I attempted before, but this time I decided to stay truer to form as far as this style of post processing goes. I did not try to rush the editing. I am proud and content with what came out of my triple exposure mix. This picture is a composite of three separate photos that I took all today, at various times. I hope you like it.
I witnessed the blood moon tonight. Sadly it wasn’t fully eclipsed by my midnight deadline for this photo. I do have some decent captures of it, but since it was so dark and the ambient light from the city of Los Angeles played a major factor in visibility, my current setup wouldn’t be able to do the image justice. Shot on an old Vivitar 500mm lens with a T mount to EF adaptor. f/32, ISO 200, 1/45 sec.