The goal with “edge” was to get a perfectly straight line. Double’s optional idea was to rotate the image for a different perspective.
A gift shop in a busy bullet train station was the first place I fell in love… with shinkansen hashi (bullet train chopsticks). Even though they were meant for kids, I wanted a pair.
A few years later, I became a mom. And my husband bought our child bullet train chopsticks.
I’m still waiting on mine.
After seeing a photo where the area around a car was “blown out” to black*, I wanted to try.
By accident, I got partway there with a random photo of the overhead lights in the kitchen.
Bubbling with glee, I moved to the bedroom, and then the living room, and of course, the dining area. The bathroom illumination was also included.
Only the spare room remained.
Ka-chuh, ka-chuh and… success! While the background isn’t black, I love the result.
*As of publishing time, the mystery photo is still at large. I’ll add a link once it’s found.
Have you been completely surprised (in a good way) by a photo you took? What happened?