Yoshizen's Blog

Impressionist photo of Autumn

They are utterly vague fuzzy images though, strangely we can see enough information,

or we feel enough of what is going on there.   And it is enough to carry on our life.

( The detail of Concentric Double-density Pinhole can be found in this post (link))

Some one said, ” To know the name of Plant is the start to respect and love the Nature”

Is it ? —– I think, ” To realize, How little I know,  lead me to just accept what’s there,

regardless any  name or details, —– This must be the Truth to be there”.

= Therefore, see nothing is what clear eyes can see at it’s best !    Ha ha ha  😀  😀

So, those fuzzy images may be what our eyes are actually seeing.   And so-called sharp

photographic images were, the results of the heavy  manipulation in the brain.

( Do remember, our eyes never able to see a straight line, as the Retina is not flat =

impression of  straight line was created in the brain !  = so did any images.  The facts

in the Argumented Reality showed, our vision is very very flexible.  😀 )

They looks like just common tall grass though, this one is the Japanese Susuki Grass.

And I’m very very attached to it.

So, this is it.    It was my Autumn moment of this year.  🙂


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  1. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on November 18, 2012 at 02:42

    What lovely photographs, Yoshi! The colors are both soft and vivid at the same time. Although these have an ethereal, dream-like quality to them, what you’re suggesting is that they may actually be quite realistic (what our eyes actually see). A very interesting thought!

    • yoshizen said, on November 18, 2012 at 04:05

      Thank you, Lemony. Since when I started to experiment with Double-density Pinhole Photo, I became
      aware, that we may be seeing only incomplete picture, which needs to have the gaps filled. = And this brain
      activities may be the hidden mechanism of Creativity, Intuition, Inspiration. —– Just like when High Dynamic Range Photo was processed out of 3 original photos = non of three is perfect though, patching together
      and integrating the information from three photos creates more informative one image.

      Our brain may be appropriating old images, similar images as well, not only hundreds of images gathered from both
      right eye, left eye in each occasion = hence not only able to make its vision perfect but also have quite new variant (creative) or make very inspiring spiritual connection. —– (but often makes silly mistakes as well 🙂 )
      So that, when we see an unprocessed raw image which we don’t need to hustle to perfecting, we feel
      a sigh of relief and a calm feeling of do-nothing. 😀
      ( This may be the Enlightenment, and the real meaning of ” Don’t think” = Just see = JUST DO IT )

  2. elenacaravela said, on November 21, 2012 at 13:23

    Great post Yoshi. I enjoy many unsharp images because it gives my right brain more of a chance to enter the scene and discover it. Wonderful photos.

    • yoshizen said, on November 21, 2012 at 14:11

      You are absolutely right, Elena. Detailed sharp image fills our intellectual curiosity but
      when it’s gone too far (too much sharp detail) our brain start to feel “It can not be true” =
      and fallen into a chasm of surrealism.

      Our brain is much more familiar with fuzzy images = feel comfort and feel free to spread
      our imagination.
      And the beauty of this photography is = it is not rely on anyTHING, far from it, it rely on
      to [No existence] = someTHING missing on the aluminum panel in a diameter of 0.1mm
      (so-called Pin-hole) creates those fuzzy images.
      I like this paradox. 😀

  3. drawandshoot said, on November 28, 2012 at 01:43

    These are lovely, Yoshizen. The colours are so rich, and yes, like impressionist paintings!
    Well done.

    • yoshizen said, on November 28, 2012 at 02:12

      Thank you Karen. This technique having many contributory factors =
      As pinhole is equivalent of F125 —> ISO has to be very high = 6400
      —> creating rough grain effects (with its noise as well)
      —> shutter speed was pretty slow (even up to few second ) hand-held = Shake
      —> ending up quite fuzzy nice photos 😀
      And I like it 😀

  4. bentehaarstad said, on December 3, 2012 at 00:41

    I love these, Yoshizen. I can’t see what it is, nooo (joke). I really love them. Very nice.

    • yoshizen said, on December 6, 2012 at 10:20

      Thank you Bente.
      I think, it’s like a nostalgia on a vague old memory.
      —– something, —– something but not sure what 🙂

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