Monday, March 8, 2010

Mosaic Monday: Through The Viewfinder...

For this weeks Mosaic Monday I decided to focus on TTV images. For those who don't know what they are yet... A photographer takes a picture through the lens of another camera. Usually an old square format camera.

Here are just a few of my favorites. As always, images are listed top to bottom, left to right.

01. mysaturnalia - Awaken
02. dsbrennan - Black Point
03. gothicrow - Urban Milk
04. HouseofSixCats - Seaside Memory
05. Ketzelphotography - One Way or Another
06. ajawin - A Wandering Boat
07. squidart - Books Upon Books
08. photopia - Beach Bliss
09. dragonflyphoto - under construction

Want to try this technique ? You can view a small tutorial here, and a good example of what a TTV contraption looks like here. Please note: the information found on these two websites is not written by members of the POE Team, they were found simply by searching the internet.


This Mosaic Monday was compiled by Pam Hardy. Pam lives in beautiful Alberta, Canada. She has always been fascinated with cameras and has been taking pictures most of her life. Her favorite things to photograph are flowers and animals, and she enjoys experimenting with new subjects and techniques. See Pam's blog here and her shop right here.

10 comments:

DK Miller said...

Nice collection and I am definitely going to come back and check the link with the tutorial.

cindi said...

what a fabulous collection. TtV is one of my favorite methods in which to shoot. it's nice to see more people doing it!

~MEGULA~ said...

Amazing shots!

Amy said...

AAwesome!!!
Thanks so much for including my shot!
They all look great together.

imakescribbles said...

Seeing images like this makes me want to go outside and take more photos!

slavkosnip said...

I love your work! Your blog is beatiful!:))))

Kathleen said...

Very nice! One Way is very fun =) Thanks for the links about TTV - off to check them out as it looks like fun.

Backbone Studio said...

I enjoy creating Ttv images, all of the images in this mosaic are stunning.

T @ Poppy Place said...

Beautiful, T.

Pam of Always Artistic said...

Thank you for the comments everyone!