Every great medical advance requires a human trial to test its effectiveness. But proper ethical procedures take far too long. Fortunately, there’s at least one willing and eager subject available to any scientist who’s mad enough — himself!
Rumor has it that the International Leica Society (LHSA) recently published a video of their attempt, last autumn, to coerce me into divulging a number of photography "tips." Yeah, you can imagine how that went... Viewer discretion is advised.
Anyone who's seen the photos accompanying the last several articles, including the double- and triple-exposure fisheyes accompanying the previous essay, has surely wondered, "What's going on? Where are all the quirky street-scene candids? Is Egor's photography currently entrenched in some sort of directional crises?" This article, featuring a vBook of slit-scan photos from a Lomography Spinner 360, might just provide the answer.
When is an article not an article? When it's a nerdicle, of course. And this nerdicle is particularly nerdy — being all about Lightroom cataloguing techniques, keywording and photo ranking. Yeah, I know... you're bored already. What can I say? Knowledge is pain.