It’s never the wrong time of night for doodling on the computer.
Adding UFOs to old images to make them more exciting should be a daily activity.
Time lapse of a single song from Bayside tonight at the Showbox in Seattle. Shot handheld on my cellular device then cleaned and stabilized.
Today I went to the zoo with my buddy. T’was a lovely time and we’ll being going again in a couple weeks! As has become the norm, this was shot on my phone. Phones are pretty crazy these days.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a mediocre photographer. To make up for that though, I am good at post production. (Which is good because I’d be out of work if I wasn’t) This example is a bit of an extreme case of how much things get cleaned up after the fact, but ultimately everything gets some treatment.
You can see this in action in the three post’s before this as well, both the photos and the gif/video were all just shot on an old iPhone 4, then cleaned up after the fact. Huzzah for pushing post!
A couple of quick images from hiking last weekend with my roommate and his girlfriend. Lightly experimenting with putting alternate colors into images.
A little video segment nabbed during today’s commute. Shot on my old iPhone 4s and cleaned up in After Effects.