Aborted & Reborn

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 10 2013

Category: studio

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Focal Length:100mm
Shutter:2 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Dramatic Toast

Extensively, if sluggishly, planned, yet so woefully inadequate. Boiling frustration is not relieved by the physical properties of wet tape (both gaff and duct) during situations in which bonding two surfaces together is a desirable outcome.

With a touch more space and a more industrial-grade setup (efficient and pristine, not hobbled and groaning), this project will go on. Until then, it is but a dense tome of schematics and noted technical quirks that will hibernate on a pink neuron-shelf deep within the confines of my consciousness.

The above fluid-dynamic phenomenon is startlingly beautiful if I do say so myself, but this is the case of the photo being a general wreck at capturing such an event. Yes, yes, at first glance it’s striking. But the longer and closer you look… it degrades like the warmth of a fresh-out-of-the-oven loaf of sourdough hurled into a snowbank.

Room’s back to being my room, not the perpetual nagging domain of a complex photo project.

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