Sorry for the late post. I’m going to delay this week’s Sunday Sampler and “double up” next weekend! It was a much busier weekend than planned, with some unexpected changes, and I’m way behind!
Have a great week and don’t forget to try the weekly activity in the 52 week challenge. This week it’s cross-polarization:
“This fun project exploits the effect that polarised light has on some plastics. You’ll need two polarising filters – ideally one of these should be a sheet of polarising film. You can pick up an A4 sheet of Lee 239 polarising film for £50 (try www.robertwhite.co.uk or www.pnta.com). The sheet of film should be placed on a lightbox or in front of the only light source. An iPad screen and most computer screens have a polarising filter built in, so if you don’t have a sheet of polarising film you can always experiment by creating a white document to fill the screen. Simply attach the circular polariser to the camera lens and rotate it to make the colours appear in clear plastic items.”
Check out the full article HERE.
Have a good week,