The photo blog of a digital imagery student.
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Sam Collins
Sam Collins started off drawing circles, before he discovered spheres
Drawing circles and spheres with rhythm, cycle and organisation can produce better photos of orbs
To produce his orbs: he spins his light source in a circle and turns around in a circle
In order for you figure to not appear in your photo, you must be in constant movement 
Before photographing check: water tide, weather (can’t have clouds covering the moon - not enough light) 
He never knows what the colour or orb will be like until he actually gets to the location; each location has a unique ball of light [Eg. Beach - usually produces soft balls of light]
Spheres -> seems to bring a sense of strength and power; and you can make stories out of the pictures

Sam Collins

  • Sam Collins started off drawing circles, before he discovered spheres
  • Drawing circles and spheres with rhythm, cycle and organisation can produce better photos of orbs
  • To produce his orbs: he spins his light source in a circle and turns around in a circle
  • In order for you figure to not appear in your photo, you must be in constant movement¬†
  • Before photographing check: water tide, weather (can’t have clouds covering the moon - not enough light)¬†
  • He never knows what the colour or orb will be like until he actually gets to the location; each location has a unique ball of light [Eg. Beach - usually produces soft balls of light]
  • Spheres -> seems to bring a sense of strength and power; and you can make stories out of the pictures