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Experimental photography: Solar Magic – Sparkling Goodnight

A new surprising photo from an aging camera. As I also showed you in my yesterday post, the electronics of one of my digital cameras has a will of its own, now that it’s starting to come of age.
Especially in bright light, he conjures up the most bizarre colors.

And that is of course a wonderful reason to experiment by aiming the camera at a relatively bright light source: the setting sun.
Yesterday and today two photos I’m scoring under the title ‘Experimental Photography – Solar Magic’.

Today’s photo: The light of the setting sun reflects festively in the waves of the sea. The camera sees much more intense colors than I do, and the shadow part of the wave is blacker than black: as if the pixels are not there for a moment.

Solar Magic - Sparkling Goodnight - Abstract realistic fine art experimental photography by Jacob Berghoef

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