Because I do the morning view photos every day, and they are always very slightly different (I just try and stand in the same spot on the threshold of the balcony door and hold the camera at a natural height), I wanted to see if I could be more precise in taking photographs.
So on three different days over the course of two weeks, I went to a nearby bridge and tried to take as close to the same photograph as possible. Before I left the flat to go and take the second photograph, I studied the first one on my computer. I did the same after the second photograph. These are the results.
First the three photos
Here they are next to each other
All three on top of each other
On this one, I aligned the column thingy of the bridge in the middle distance
Same, just with the C, M, and Y channels assigned to each of the photos
Pointless exercise? Possibly…
The song in my head when I woke up this morning
Milk Bath by Petite Meller
On this day
Doodles and movies, 7 March 2008
Here’s an interesting Wikipedia article