I watched the movie the othenight. It was soooouuu Good.
Despite of the result of the box office (I don’t believe in, or rely on that), I really loved it.
The whole visual was astonishing, sound and music were remarkable.
Since the original “Blade Runner” is one of my favorite movie, so I was pretty happy to see the amazing sequel.
As a sound designer I ‘m all ears when it comes to sound. If you are interested sound, check it out the behind scene of the movie.
I enjoy seeing the recent CGI SiFi movies, but my favorite movies are all from 80’s.
Blade runner(1982), Terminator (1984), Tron(1982), Aliens(1986), Back to the future(1985), Dune(1984),The Fly(1986).. etc etc.
They look oldish and cheap now, but they still gives me what is important for being creative.
It’s obvious I love them because I experienced them through all my teens, when most influential term of life.
Those movies surely had impacted my sense of beauty that I later know through my photography.
Fading City(2013) :This was from my early works. At that time I did color alternation until what I was comfortable. Later I knew these color were my love from SiFi movies.
One time I noticed that my night photography had hugely influenced by my favorite SiFi movies.
Like or not, more or less, intentionally or unintentionally, an artist work alwyas come from he or her experience;
For me what I’ve seen, what I’ve listened; especially visual and sound are most important aspect of creating an art.
Below two images were born from my love for 80’s SiFi movies.
Neo Osaka (2014):
You can find your favorite color combination just with your sense, feeling, but using Adobe Color Wheel, you can much faster find your taste with rational way.
This is the great free tool which you can learn the color rule. You don’t have to follow the rule always, but most cases the rule makes sense and convincing.
The images below, I alternated colors based on these color scheme, using only Lightroom.
These days it’s super easy to capture a great night shot thanks to great cameras and lenses.
But If you are not satisfied with just having a beautiful picture, why don’t you add your favorite taste to them.
Listen your inner voice carefully. Keeping make the subtle difference, you will find a big difference in the end.
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