I suppose that this post isn’t really ‘part 1’. It is a continuation of posts I have been doing involving experiments with low-light photography, light, reflection and refraction… I am pretty sure those two are not the same thing, but I don’t know exactly what the difference is…
I took a lot of photos in a dark kitchen, involving various objects that have various properties that react with a light source.
Sometimes, the object was moving, sometimes, I was wiggling the camera.
I just don’t feel like explaining the whole process over again every time I post a few more of the photos.
You can go back and look at the older posts if you are interested.
Oh, and I am also throwing in a few shots I took with the digital microscope that my daughter got me for Christmas.
Because they are really just close-ups of one of the objects in question.
I guess there is one other thing to mention.
I am saving some of the best of these images.
And when I am done posting the rest of them…
I will probably use some digital magic to enhance the ones I save, and then post those new images.
I like to think of that as ‘light recycling’.