MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY

Yellow-Orange Surface Tension, v3, 2018, Water Droplets Macro

Title: “Yellow-Orange Surface Tension, v3, 2018.”

Creation Year v3: 2018.

Series: Alien Water.

Series Years: 2007 to Present.

Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson.

All Rights Reserved.
Penang, Malaysia.
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Macro, Water Droplet, Surface Tension, Conceptual Physics Photograph.

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The Original image was created with my old CANON Powershot A620 (circa., 2005)! People are so jacked-up about getting the latest and greatest gear, yet many fail to see what they can actually do with the gear they already have.

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Death Grounds, v.7 (2005 version) by Nawfal Johnson

Death Grounds, v.7 (2005 version) by Nawfal Johnson

OFF WORLD – ALIEN LANDSCAPES : Art Photography Science Fiction Series

Death Grounds, v.7 (2005 version), is part of an On-Going Photography Project, titled, “Off World – Alien Landscapes.”

This photograph is also part of a publication, an e-Folio book of the same name, “OFF WORLD – ALIEN LANDSCAPES.”

This project consists of mixed media art creations designed for creating a final photograph. The themes are of an alien-nature; or considering that point, the themes are what we usually think of when we visualize ‘alien’ from what we know from movies and TV shows that are ‘alien-themed.’ I suppose that if ‘aliens’ were to visit Earth, we and our culture, and our planet would be ‘alien’ to them. I believe the term ‘alien’ is a personal viewpoint and perspective based on our personal experiences and knowledge.

My motivations for the “OFF WORLD – ALIEN LANDSCAPES” photography series comes from being inspired by my favourite Science Fiction TV shows; and my favourites are probably in this order: 1) Stargate Universe (2009 – 2011); 2) Deep Space Nine (1993 – 1999); 3) Star Trek Voyager (1995 – 2001); 4) Babylon 5 (1993 – 1998); and, 5) SPACE ABOVE & BEYOND (1995-1996).

The “OFF WORLD – ALIEN LANDSCAPES” photographic art series is an On-Going Series, and I usually design and create one art piece a year, sometimes two pieces, for this series. Therefore, it is a slow-growing photography series. Nevertheless, it is probably the most difficult art series I have endeavoured to make because it deals with mixed media creations constructed before the photograph can be captured.

Even though the title is “ALIEN LANDSCAPES,” there are just as many, if not more, ‘alien seascapes in this series. For my purposes, I am not concerned with this bit of semantics—whether the scene is on land or at sea, the main point is that the scene is of an ‘alien-nature,’ and that is what is important in my viewpoint.

CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH Art Photography Series

CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH, a new eFolio collection by Photographer, Nawfal Johnson Nur.  This is an Abstract Expressionistic Photography collection of 15 Black & White and Color images.  The subject of this collection is old, peeling, and cracked paint on walls.  All of the photographs were captured in the Tanjong Tokong district of Penang, Malaysia.  The images were designed during 2011, to 14 Feb 2012.  The eFolio collection is available for sale at LULU.Com, http://www.lulu.com/product/ebook/cracked-chipped-and-rough/18891296

CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH, a new eFolio collection by Photographer, Nawfal Johnson Nur. This is an Abstract Expressionistic Photography collection of 15 Black & White and Color images. The subject of this collection is old, peeling, and cracked paint on walls. All of the photographs were captured in the Tanjong Tokong district of Penang, Malaysia. The images were designed during 2011, to 14 Feb 2012. The eFolio collection is available for sale at LULU.Com, http://www.lulu.com/product/ebook/cracked-chipped-and-rough/18891296

A New Art Photography Series called CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH

CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH is my new eFolio collection of Abstract Art Photography.  The subjects of the photographs are old, cracked, chipped, and rough-looking paint that is crumbling and peeling off from old walls.  Don’t let “old cracked paint” deter you from having a look at my new art photography collection:  The results of my endeavors photographing peeling paint are, if I may say so, pretty interesting.  Please give it a look – there is a Preview at my product page where you can see about half of the eFolio.

I love macro photography, and I like to get in close on small areas of space to design photographs of textures, shapes, lines, and tones.  My cracked paint images, in this series, have all of those characteristics as key focal points.  In other words, I attempted to merge and stress textures, shapes, lines, and tones, in all the cracked paint images.

Yes, cracked paint is a rather ‘dry’ subject, pun kind of intended.  And, that was the challenge.  To make the typical dry paint scene totally atypical and spectacular.  I was drawn to the subject, and basically, wanted to experiment how to give this mundane and rather flat subject (old dry paint on walls), some interest, some 3-D perspective when photographing it from a close proximity.

Please have a look at my CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH Photography Collection.

BLUE & YELLOW DROPS

BLUE & YELLOW DROPS

Title: “Blue & Yellow Drops”
Creation Year: 2009
Drops and Paint in a Tub.

Uploaded by BEHIND the LENS with Nawfal Nur on 12 Jan 09, 11.39AM MYT.

Side Note: This is a pretty straight shot, very little PhotoImpact’ing (PhotoImpactX3), just boosted the contrast and saturation a little. I used the in-camera flash on the A620, on Macro, so had to crop out the negative space that happens when using flash in macro mode, but no big deal. Some specular highlight on left, but still details in highlight, so that is fine with me. Was happy not to fuss – want to try doing that more now, getting the photo by adjusting lighting and exposure better right off the bat; therefore, not so much fuss and time usage in post processing, which can EAT TIME like Godzilla on Steroids eating Tokyo! Have fun saving time! Get it right in camera if you can! Just be happy with your results.

SUPER RED HOT M&M!

SUPER HOT RED M&M, v1, Edit J-btl3

TITLE: “Super Red HOT M&M!”
GENRE: STUDIO STILL LIFE
CREATION DATE: 03 DEC 08
ARTIST / PHOTOGRAPHER: NAWFAL NUR
COMPANY: NAWFAL NUR PHOTOGRAPHY
OWNERSHIP: NAWFAL NUR
RIGHTS: ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

PHOTO DESCRIPTION: A single, red MINI M&M (about 50% smaller than normal M&M’s), sitting atop a tablespoon full of VERY, VERY, VERY BURNING HOT Vietnamese Chilies. You can see how small they are, but so very potent. The good thing about these chilies is that you can eat them raw like this and they don’t have very many seeds! ;^) HOWEVER, they will make your teeth melt!!! LOLOL!!! I like to put these in Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice).

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

CAMERA: CANON POWERSHOT A620.
LIGHTING: METZ 32 Z2 STROBE (HAND HELD).
DIFFUSER: TESCO (LOLOL) HUGE SALAD BOWL.
SUPPORT: bogen 3001 Professional Tripod, bogen 3025 Head, and MANFROTTO #352 Ball & Socket Head.

SOFTWARE: PHOTOIMPACT X3.

PHOTO NOTES: I wanted to create an image with extreme subjects: The chilies are SUPER HOT; and, the Single M&M is SUPER SWEET. And, I wanted to get in really close to show how small these tiny chilies are. Also, I wanted to capture a still life with complementary color matching: Shades of green and red.

Side Note: MINI M&M’s taste NO DIFFERENT than regular sized M&M’s! Hahahahahahaha!!!!