Work in progress... Three Mile Creek evaporation with a Pacific Ocean evaporation overlay. Color taken from photographs of the Pacific Ocean taken from Cape Perpetua. Drawing will be added after printing. One of eight 4’x6’ panels. A big thank you to @evanbaden for the photographic technical assistance, @calderaarts for the time and space to work uninterrupted on this project, and @danaboonstra for letting me get away for a bit to get this project moving in the right direction!
Also thank you to @pfeenie for being such a gracious host to all the Caldera alums this past week and to @tessahulls for only talking minimal amounts of shit for me not bringing my bike. Lastly, thank you to @johnwhitten and @katherinespinella for being such good cabin neighbors on the west side of the creek. You two have mastered invisibility!
This has been bothering me. Anyone know what causes the highlights to bloom like this? I’ve read that it’s from over exposing and I’ve also read it’s caused by a dirty lens. They tend to only appear with my Pentax setup and 800 film. Could this be caused by lens separation? The effect can be cool if i can control it #film#pentax67