thanks. I try to do a fractal every night... usually my routine starts by creating a new base layer and polishing a work from the nights previous.. This equates to about a fractal a night, but sometimes I get lucky and make a few more.. or less as the case may be...
What started out as a hobby is now a full blown addiction.. I am just glad I finally have somewhere to post them.
luv photography, hate bein' photographed sums me up as far as cameras are concerned. I used to do videography for a bungee jumping company and I learned a lot there. I love B&W the best... feels purer to me... which is weird cause it's lacking color detail.. *shrug* Who knows how the brain works...
perfectionviasilenceFeatured By OwnerJul 11, 2006 Artisan Crafter
I actually began with my digital, and then moved on to classical black and white darkroom photography in school, and then back to digital (photoshop can do amazing things). I loooooooooved working in the darkroom. I was actually taken out of core classes a few times by my art teacher to help her with her class in the darkroom because she couldn't do everything...don't tell.
But yeah. I have yet to put some of my darkroom images up, but when I get them all scanned you'll see!
I actually haven't done any dark room stuff Only two rolls done in two dif. high schools. The first, I switched class coz I took photography because autocad was full.. the second, it was closed 1 week into the course because of funding cuts... (and the fact that only 8 people signed up for the class) It was fun though.. and in my eyes, becoming more and more of an artform as digital cam's flood the market.