Sunday, December 2, 2007

Outside Space


[A NOTE ON THE PREVIOUS TODAY'S - HELP REQUESTED: I received a number of comments both positive and negative on "Inner Space." A few people commented on its darkness. In fact, if your monitor (and my monitor) is correctly adjusted there should only be a few shapes visible other than the two bright forms. It should appear as if you have just come from sunlight to the edge of a darkened room and your eyes have not yet adjusted.

If the barely visible highlights between the two forms were not visible at all or, alternately, if you could see the interior space clearly, please let me know. One of us needs to adjust. As I've just calibrated my new monitor, I'm very curious to find out if it is in sync with most of you. Any comment regarding how the image looked on your monitor would be helpful in assessing whether my calibration has been successful.]

8 comments:

Dick said...

I can see it a little but most of it is dark or dark brown.

Emery Roth II said...

I presume you're talking about "Inner Space," not "Outside Space." It also sounds as if it looks as I intend it to. It should be as if you were looking from a sunlit space into a darkened space and your eyes had not yet adjusted. It attempts, among other things, to explore how few cues are required to define space?

photowannabe said...

Emery, you have a fascinating blog. I enjoyed going through them. I like the way you experiment with light, color and composition.
Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments. Its most appreciated. I'm not professional by any means, but I enjoy shooting whatever tickles my fancy.

Emery Roth II said...

Thanks for visiting and for your encouraging words. No, I'm not a pro either. Just a serious amateur as I take it you are as well. Keep being tickled.

Emery Roth II said...

Thanks for visiting and for your encouraging words. No, I'm not a pro either. Just a serious amateur as I take it you are as well. Keep being tickled.

Zhu said...

Nice! I love the motion and the way you took the pic.

evlahos said...

wonderful motion shot, very interesting blog. wonderful treatment with light and colors.
Thank you for your visit and your kind comment.

Emery Roth II said...

zhu and evlahos-
Thanks for your visit and your encouragement. I hope you'll stop back from time to time.