I am about to move this account fully to @eylul follows should direct correctly if everything goes alright.
This place will be disabled for a few days (or however long the migration takes) and will eventually become a backup space as I cannot bring myself to completely delete it. mastodon.art has been my home way too long and many friends are still here. :)
see you on the flip side.
To... well.. a lot of people who have been following me at .social over past few weeks, just a gentle reminder that I am over at @eylul (email@example.com) and that is where my updates are. :)
2017. Istanbul. Turkey. This is first look at the series of test shots using the 135mm lens. Single frame edit, before seeing if it is worth to stack some of these from this batch.
This edit was mostly finished in early 2017 and was sitting in my harddrive for better part of last year. I am actually happy with the end result but at some point I will redo this as I have learned a lot about denoising cellphone photographs in past year.
Milkyway core and Mars from smartphone; a combination of 5 photographs.
2016. Datca, Turkey.
prints and merchandise:
I am seriously, seriously behind work and struggling with overdue deadlines. I have a lot of things promised that I have yet to deliver....
of course I went and finish the #humanalgorithms drawing instead.
copic markers, sakura pens and an acrylic pen on bristol paper.
#artwithopensource because I use Darktable to finalize photographs (lens distortion fix and keystoning are huge lifesavers)
support my work! :)
You might remember me saying last week that my photography feels like it is channeling late 90s lately...
I am so, so very sorry ;D
(its already #caturday here so I'll go ahead and post this.)
a slightly different #editbacklog post
#artwithopensource and CC by-SA
Relevant to #artwithopensource but also... really, just go follow these people. :)
I am not sure about this one. Either way still experimenting with letting more of the context sneak in.
(also I am not entirely sure why my photography suddenly took a very late 90s early 2000s style to it.)
Processing is one of the tools I use most often when creating animation, and not just generated code-art style images either. e.g. the character and animation of Lisa [ https://youtu.be/aeoWikNtNa4 ] was only created using processing code.
No drone needed to take this photo, no hiking trips involved.
Just a smartphone... well that and a really cool city with really cool public transportation system.
Print available for this work:
5 artists out of many, many amazing people:
Just because I did get related questions twice today... :)
What the #artwithopensource tag is for:
2) traditional art, performance, theatre, circus arts etc that is documented primarily with open source software, or otherwise features open sourced software (e.g. for lighting, robotics, 3-D printing etc)
4) introduction posts for artists and creatives who uses predominantly FOSS / FLOSS in their workflow.
I revisited one of the very early edit backlog posts, quite radically. First edit was wide angle crop and with some color, I think the 4x5, full grayscale format, alongside a very different approach to the edit itself, did a better job at conveying what I was trying to do here.
Anyhow, taken with an Android V10 smartphone.
print and merchandise available:
#Iceland 2017. Faint aurora borealis with the tiny beginnings of the next flare-up. I love the colors of faint northern lights.
Particularly tricky smartphone shot to edit. This is probably the limit of how far I can push this image.
So many new people here and across the fediverse! I guess it is time for another addition to my #introductions thread. :)
4 examples of my work below, and more upthread. :)
Some of you might remember an earlier version of this one from the aborted inktober attempt. Drawn with pens. Then edited and colored digitally.
print available: https://www.redbubble.com/people/azbulutlu/works/28644028
Here is 5 instances #under1000
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