“What sane person could live in this world and not be crazy?” --Ursula LeGuin
Continued explorations with the Sullivan Omniscope. I think I will have to start a set for these images soon. I don't feel like I have gotten any real winners yet, but I don't expect to yet anyway, it is all I can do to continue to try to wrap my mind around how this freaking camera is seeing, let alone to actually use that perspective in some reasonable fashion. So I figure if I am going to have fun learning this camera, I might as well post a shot here or there so the rest of you can enjoy this ongoing process as well.
In terms of using the camera in some fashion bent to my will, perhaps trying to reign this camera in is not such a good idea anyway, maybe I should just let it go and hold on for the ride. ;-)
So this is sunset over the Willamette River taken from Cathedral Park (Area B for those of you who have taken my bridge class ;-) ). I shot the omniscope vertically this time around, and well, it caused the bridge to fall down. Actually it took me a few minutes to figure out how I wanted to orient this image, rather vertically like this or rotated 90 degrees counter clockwise so the tower was oriented correctly. But then the horizon would have run vertically... Ahh decisions, decisions.