Monday, February 11, 2008

Glimpse of a parallel universe

Yashica FX-3 Super 2000
Yashica lens 50mm 1:1.9
Ilford 400 film

It was night. Our kitchen window.

I tried to get a similiar picture on the first roll. I made a mistake taking those that is a common mistake for me, not getting close enough to the subject. This roll I got much closer.

This one scanned from contact sheet. I admit that the reflection is more seeable after Photoshop. My introduction to layers. Every picture I scan in gets Photoshopped, but usually I'm trying to adjust it to look more like the original photo. This one I took more liberty with the brightness and contrast, to bring out the reflection more. Jae was a big help with that.

I'm discovering how much different digital images look on different monitors :-( 


Anonymous said...

Geoffrey Thomas.

A fan of the first session TV series the sliders

The series portrays four people lost sliding a wormhole to parallel world after parallel world trying to find their way back home.

I though wormholes or portals to parallel universes could only be created in the centre of black holes not artificial ones created by an antigravity experiment in a local basement laboratory here on earth.

Inspired, I though I might be able to duplicate Quinn Mallory’s antigravity experiment to slide my wormhole visiting parallel universes.

According to my notes I’d published in my blog called Time travel and parallel universe theories wormholes as a portal to parallel worlds is not possible much less time travel


First session Fan of the sliders

Geoffrey Thomas

Josh Gentry said...

Thank you, Geoffrey. I guess I'll have to be satisfied with a glimpse.

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