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3d parallax photography tutorial

3d Parallax Photography Tutorial

Some 2 weeks ago I started working on a little project. The idea was to take standard photos that I liked a lot and present them in a dynamic manner that simulates a camera. Now some day I want do do real camera work and timelapse but untile then this was the best I could do. I am not the inventor of parallax or the first one to use it, eve I have been ocassionaly using it since 10 years ago when I had to do a salami TV commercial using just a photo (the company had no budget for a video so they taught they could pay me a couple of bucks for something similar). Usually photographers do this in Adobe After Effects or similar and very few work with 3d software. I do that too ocassionally like this photo compilation of the protests in Bucharest:Read More

Day by night

This is something i have been trying to get for a long time, but never had the state of mind or the right tripod.
These are long 30 seconds exposures taken at midnight in Tyulenovo, using the Samyang 14mm at f 2.8, iso 800. I used light painting using a head mounted led flashlight for the roks. Only tricky part was getting down and up from there in almost pitch black . Fresh, taken just 11 hours ago.Read More

That big hole in the ground

The cave can be found along an alternate road from Sofia to Bucharest and is way more impressive in real life. Why ? Well the photo’s don’t do it justice, but take a look at the man and that hut. The cave reaches 100m in height in some places and it’s one of the largest in Europe.
From the top it just looks like your regular hills covered with trees and grass. Until you make a wrong step .
One of the most spectacular places in Bulgaria.Read More

A little bit to the south

I may have mentioned some years ago ( back when I was little , my viewers were 100% Romanian and the purpose of the blog was more of impressing a certain beautiful girl), about what lays just beyond the Bulgarian border.Now years went by like summer storms, things have changed a lot but stayed the same and here we are again.
A rock’s throw away from the summer beach party center of Romania, Vama Veche, the sand turns into rocks , the water becomes clearer and gains color. Gone is the floating garbage, gone is the drunk crowd stepping on each other, gone all the people and all the cars. Perfect spot to enjoy a couple of days away from everyone and everything, to take a deep dive, do a bit of rock climbing or just enjoy a morning walk. All this still close enough to the party for those allergic to solitude.
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The remains of a bright and happy future

If Stalker had a winter environment, this is probably how it would look like. These are remains of unfinished buildings from the communist era that cand be found in Zapaden Park (Western Park ) in Sofia. Most of what was left was stolen by gypsies and the rest is now just ruins, used as Garbage depositing places.  Now that the first snow covered the whole city it makes an interesting view.
The park is otherwise very nice, wild, more like a forest. The lack of lighting makes it a really creepy to walk through during the night, but I have friends that have to go through it all the time coming back from work and say it’s safe. That is compared to our parks, like Tineretului where it might not be a good idea to venture.

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Cape Kaliakra

Un alt loc foarte frumos de pe tarmul Bulgariei, unul din putinele locuri de unde se poate vedea apusul de soare deasupra marii.

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Bulgaria

Prima serie dintr-o mini excursie 60km de-a lungul tarmului Marii Negre in Bulgaria. Probabil locuri ca cele de mai jos sunt mai putin cunoscute, cunostintele romanului despre litoralul bulgaresc se rezuma la Nisipurile de Aur. Foarte bine, asa sper sa si ramana.
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