I came down to the kitchen this morning, wanted to make myself a cup of coffee. Maybe take a shot for the "In the kitchen" CS. Then, something strange happened: Everything slowed down, I was like in a bubble, in a slow motion bubble. Time just slowed down. Colors went muted. A beam of light, I realised, was enlightening my Z7 resting on the kitchen desk. And then, this little gnome materialized, and murmured, in a low voice, but insistantly:
"Selcodesa mufa gropro. Covid! Noblawhi. Notublawhi!" - And... puff.... it disapeared!
"Selcodesa mufa gropro. Covid! Noblawhi. Notublawhi!"
It took me quite a while to figure out what just happened. What that meant. I was puzzled by the Covid. But finally I realised: It had come to tell me what the upcoming CS should all be about:
|Selcodesa||Selected colors, desaturated,|
|gropro.||cross processed. (hey, you may use film )|
A keen warning I should leave (my personal) comfort zone. Kept inside, these days, try to use the time on the computer well an learn something different. Here's your task:
Shoot whatever you like, but process the colors! Not vivid, not over-saturated - at least not the whole picture! Post-Processing. In-Camera is allowed, as long as it's not the simple "vivid", oversaturated color profile. Go the other way, REDUCING intensity. Just not a simple black and white. Oh, and the gnome was clear about toned BW, wasn't it? (A thing I do often, and therefore, is not allowed ).
Usual rules apply. Start shooting on Thursday