September 19th, 2006
|12:49 am - four before bed|
Someone discovered his cameraphone had a built-in sepia filter the other day.
Le Ford Falcon
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 05:58 am (UTC)|| |
Le spiffy! Something about that sepia tone and the bricks almost makes it look like it could be Paris or Marseilles.
Hey, wasn't there a foreign film about that last one, starring Argile De Matrices D'Andrew?
Oh, wait. That was "Le Fairlane de Ford."
I think Boston is the most European of all American cities, especially around Beacon Hill (where these shots were taken) and the North End -- with the added bonus that you don't usually have to dodge dog droppings on the sidewalk.
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 08:23 am (UTC)|| |
Aw, le falcon is le cute.
I need to get a camera phone. Dammit.
The Falcon was adorable and if I could I would have given it a great big hug. The seats inside looked more comfortable than the bicycle seat, too, so I think it gets more use.
Those are absolutely fantastic.
You may be the best camera phone photographer ever.
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 12:11 pm (UTC)|| |
I'm beginning to sincerely believe that is true.
best photos I've ever seen with a cameraphone, including those snazzy ones that my ex-b/f, Mr Steve, used to take.
Aw, why thank you both for such kind words!
My eventual goal by the way is to be discovered by Lili Taylor and given a show at the Whitney, and I'm going to have some homeless friends crash the reception and then we'll have a big party at the local gay strip club and it'll be great. It'd also mean having to make out in a voting booth with Christina Ricci, but I think I'm willing to make the necessary sacrifices for my art.
Vraiment chouette! Bien fait.
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 01:17 pm (UTC)|| |
Everything looks better in sepiatone!
The People's Republic of Sepiatone.
(The People's Republic of Lake Edna. The People's Republic of Lumps in my oatmeal....)
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 01:33 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Everything looks better in sepiatone!
Fried chicken in sepiatone would worry me, potentially. Those ain't heat lamps!
|Date:||September 19th, 2006 02:01 pm (UTC)|| |
I'm hearing a jaunty little accordion tune in my head just looking at these. Tres jolie!
What kind of camera do you have?! I've been frantically punching at mine to see if I too have a hidden sepia filter.
The EXIF data sez it's an Audiovox CDM-8915VM. Virgin Mobile calls it the Snapper
. I've really been surprised with what I've gotten out of this little thing. I was all set to buy a Canon Powershot S3 this spring, but realized I was actually having more fun working with the cameraphone's limitations, rather than using something that'd let me do whatever I wanted.
|Date:||September 21st, 2006 04:52 pm (UTC)|| |
Those turned out gorgeous!
This is the Lomo
craze I was mentioning. Really just a random-snapshots-as-art thing. But the embracing of suboptimal optics reminds me a bit of your shots, or what I like to to call the spatchs/cameraphone/movement