Day 364

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.

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.

Day 361

I had the most amazing time participating in a Google Glass project at the Youtube Space LA. Long story short, it involves a live event experience mixed with roleplay motivated by Glass. Look up “Grace Plains” on Youtube.Day 361

Day 360

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.

Table decor is almost ready.

Table decor is almost ready.

Day 350

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 guess I've grown a lot since my first self portrait.

I guess I’ve grown a lot since my first self portrait.

Day 349

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.

It was still too bright to be able to perceive the red light the Earth was casting on the Moon.

It was still too bright to be able to perceive the red light the Earth was casting on the Moon.