Another Phan Thiet Story… [Experimental]

I recognized in my treasure chest were still some pictures of Phan Thiet which weren’t published yet. I did some experimental photos at the ruins of the Cham towers:

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It impressed me quite much what you could get if you play just a bit with the colours:

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The results were imposing! I started to play a bit more around and out of this (very very very very boring) picture:

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I got that:

(Almost) No drugs were used to create this picture
(Almost) No drugs were used to create this picture

(You shouldn’t look at it for too long)

The one thing I like the most about photography is the fact your possibilities are almost infinite. And the more you keep on trying the more different results you’re able to accomplish. I hate nothing more than photographers whose pictures all look exactly the same.

I always keep on trying to improve myself. Light is in fact only the multiplication of frequency and the length of an electromagnetic radiation. Why not putting the one up and the other down as it pleases me?

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Also here we have the regular version to compare:

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I was still in time to be there for the sunset. As in my previous article mentioned the view there was amazing. The pictures got nice and by editing it, I recognized how much a just a different colour can make out of a picture.

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There is something like a light balance. With the light balance you are able to change the „temperature“ of a picture, so it might look colder or warmer. This can change the completely atmosphere and also the feeling whether it might be taken in summer or in winter (even thought you might have never seen a green dawn before…).

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Also a nice atmosphere:

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Another fact about photography is the idea behind it. It works pretty much exactly as our eyes. Just with several things which might not exist in nature. The idea of a long exposure.

To get an idea between a „normal“ and a long exposure and how it might look when we would have the ability to see the light slowly I recommend you to have a look a the article about Hô-Chi-Minh-City. In the stop-motions there I played a bit with long exposure.

In Phan Thiet I didn’t make any long exposure stop motions, but I took some nice pictures of the vehicles on the street. (Even though most of them weren’t very happy with a man standing in the middle of the road capturing the traffic).

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There is an interesting temple on the top of the hill… Here some yet unpublished files:

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By the way… Oppa Gangnam Style!

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