FlySketchWorkflow-2012.05.27 18.56

Photos taken Ma7 27, 2012 in MN. First attempt using a 3.5 inch floppy disc as a photographic filter. Time span about 2 hours. I am amazed how the images change over a relatively short time period.

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on May 28, 2012 at 10:59am

You are catching more than one Moon Swirl, and when they turn to point the end of the tube toward you and your camera, they funnel the light, focus it. Nice job for 1st attempt!

Post Script 6/5: Your May 28 photos taken 15 minutes apart show you are tracking a lens flare, so I think these SINGLE orbs showing up on each frame here are likely the same. You must filter FOR red, not just use a red film, please check as I don't think you are catching PX components here.

Comment by Evelyn on May 28, 2012 at 4:59am

Nice work Craig, great to see Alberto's "Floppy Disc Revolution" is in action very much alive and well.  Cannot wait until I too can make my own capture.

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