Sorry for the later-than-usual post. My internet cut off and I've been trying to fix it for hours. Obviously a slow success lol.
Anyhow, I took tons of photos today (or, you know, yesterday technically). In fact, I took an entire roll of film within an hour for my class assignment. It was a lot of fun, and I'm hoping to show you my actual TDS challenge photo (liquid or a liquid container) when I learn to develop it on Thursday. Yay!
However, today is obviously not Thursday, so in place of the liquid photo, I'm going to show you what I learned to do this morning: lock an exposure on the subject in order to get rid of that silhouette effect.
But there's obviously something strange about this photo, isn't there? That's because for the first time ever, I decided to try out the OnOne PhotoTools infrared filter. I really love the result. Expect more BW-IR photos in the future! :D