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Self Portrait of a camera lens

Posted by
Srinivas Koduri (Wheeling, IL, United States) on 9 October 2006 in Abstract & Conceptual.

I thought i would not post this because of the dust and scratches that one can see on the photograph, but i thought i would replace this when i reshoot the same one again.
We have a old latern here at home which is box shaped with square perimeter and long glass side walls. It also has small cone of fuel and a wick at the top for light inside. The reflections on the side are the ones on the side glass walls of the lantern, the noise on the foreground is the dust and scratches on the glass. Iam also planning to photograph this latern in lightbox. You can also see the numbers on the carl-zeiss lens written backwards on the reflection.

SONY DSC-S600 1/60 second F/2.8 ISO 80 6 mm

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

The lantern sounds like a good subject to experiment with - I like the reflections of the flame on the left and right.

9 Oct 2006 6:09am

Prashanth Manikyarajaiah from Bangalore, India

Speaking of lanterns, it was fun cleaning them and lighting those days. We had a circular one, not blox shaped. Its hard to find them now a days.

9 Oct 2006 6:09am

Suby and Sinem from Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Not bad :)

Suby

9 Oct 2006 6:52am

Shuva Brata Deb from Hyderabad, India

Yes, you should play around with a clean mirror again!

9 Oct 2006 8:53am

Michael Zhang from New York City, United States

This was a great idea. Your abstract shots are amazing - definetly thinking out of the box.

9 Oct 2006 10:38am

Anand Kumar Soma from Hyderabad, India

self portrait that to of a camera lens thats a great thought

9 Oct 2006 11:50am

Madhusudhan Rao from Hyderabad, India

Cool idea. Looking forward for a reshoot one..

10 Oct 2006 4:09am

SONY DSC-S600
1/60 second
F/2.8
ISO 80
6 mm