Saturday, June 28, 2014

Playing With (Japanese) Dolls

Okay, so this is a bit of a throwback. Sometime ago, I think this was early January, during a family get together at a certain restaurant, I got a chance to look up and found something adorable...

Just above one's plain sight there are doll figurines hanging. Lighting was fairly poor at that time so please do excuse the less-than-stellar image quality. I'm quite amazed how the camera was able to cope with it though. Additional to that, I got a chance to fiddle with the filters.

I went on using filter bracketing and selected a few that I liked. The effect of each filter was amazing. Depending on the subject, the filter either enhanced it or transformed the look and feel of the image altogether into something unfamiliar. I've put together a small gallery containing these pics.

Here are the images and their respective filters used altogether. As you can see, having filters can sometimes go far in enhancing the image. These images are no taller than five inches in real life. I'm thankful that I carry my bag around with my camera that allows me to swap lenses as needed. This set is courtesy of the M.Zuiko 40-150mm. Not bad for a second hand lens, too.

Until next post, cheers!

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