"Wheels of Time" The Abelson Scopeworks Hexomniscope camera was used. Individual shutters were selectively used to merge these old wagon wheels. Clark County Museum, Henderson, NV.
This image started out as an Omniscope exposure of a "Prisoner Transport Cage" at the Heritage Museum. It has had Polar Coordinates applied.
At the Heritage Museum Train Station 2
These images of the "oasis" show the walking path/bridge. The top one was accidentally taken with the camera about 30 degrees off of horizontal. Thus the roller coaster look. The bottom image was shot with the camera properly levelled for a horizontal, straight horizon.
MiniBlended Swing - There are a lot of pictures of this swing in the other galleries. Here it is a blending of several exposures.
Single shot of pyrocantha.
Front Walk 3D - Note that the mailbox near the closer to the image frame in the left image. Proper viewed, these two images have a three dimensional appearance.
"Along The Las Vegas Wash" -- Wetlands Park, Clark County, Nevada
At the Heritage Museum Train Station 1
More Wagon Wheels - Multiple individual exposures with three of the shutters not fully engaged. The shutter mechanism is much smoother when all six shutters are used together. Individual exposures require a very firm push on the shutter release plunger, as I learned on this day. Even the mistakes with this camera are fun.
Prisoner Cage: Let Me Out 2 - The previous image wrapped with the Polar Coordinate filter in Photoshop.
Backyard Swing 3D - Note that the two images are not quite identical in their framing.
Agave Weberii image wrapped with Polar Coordinates.
Echinofossulocactus tricuspidatus - These have been taxonomically moved to Stenocactus. Mine prefer to be called by the original Echinofossulocactus. It's a way cooler name.
Sunny Side Up - A fortunate mistake that resulted when I accidentally included a non-conformant image in a set of images for Helicon Focus. The bad image was way too bright.. Thelocactus hexaedrophorus.
Wee Thump Yucca brevifolia - Color IR and pinhole
Wee Thump Corral Detail
Red and Blue Channels reversed. Gray point set on some of the wood. I don't know where the green surrounding ring came from. This is a full frame showing the vignette caused by the unnecessarily deep body of the Holga pinhole adapter.
Growing green plants come out as cyan with the modified camera.
color channels not reversed.
Wee Thump Joshua Tree and Cylindropuntia
Red and Blue channels not swapped.
Wee Thump Joshua Tree
With Red and Blue channels reversed.
Shot at 10 PM. This is not HDR. Instead I bracketed in 1/3 EV and picked the best single image to process. This is still noticably processed.
Probably overprocessed! This was exposed about 8 PM in Southern Henderson. It was made from a bracket of shots that were sent through Photomatix Pro. Nikon D800, Tamron 150-600, probably at 600.
36 double d
Just a quick test of shooting the moon. Don't blow the image up too much or it quickly falls apart. Nikon D800, Tamron 150-600, about 1/200, f/10. I have a lot more to learn about this type of photography.
Crosstown Traffic Swim Suit Closeup
A tighter cropping of the swim suit shows more detail.
Where did the traffic go?
A tighter cropping and vertical flip yields this image. High impact and, I hope, not too busy.
This was made from a slide of Malic Acid. Several shots were stitched together to get this composition. An alternative title is "If you lived here, you'd be home by now."
Crosstown Traffic Swim Suit
Another flip in Photoshop and a gradient further transforms the image.
The Creature of the Traffic
Extensive warp transforms and spherizing and other weird things got us to this image.