Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Not long ago I was visiting tomorrow and I forgot to look at this thread, so I'm back now and I want to know how it plays out.

What role does time travel play in your work?

Have you ever had to go back in time and kill a client?

Does traversing the boundaries of human experience in the space-time continuum affect unprocessed stock?

Have you used a flux capacitor for time lapse?

Is your main kit bag bigger on the inside?

Inquiring mind-readers want to know.

Jan 16 13 07:06 am Link

Photographer

Andialu

Posts: 14029

San Pedro, California, US

http://i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc517/PJP863/Back_away_slowly.gif?t=1297672030

Jan 16 13 07:11 am Link

Photographer

Digital Photo PLUS

Posts: 5503

Lorton, Virginia, US

What is this?

Jan 16 13 07:12 am Link

Photographer

Andialu

Posts: 14029

San Pedro, California, US

Digital Photo PLUS wrote:
What is this?

Someone stood a little too close to the flux capacitor.

Jan 16 13 07:14 am Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Digital Photo PLUS wrote:
What is this?

You were expecting an escort?

Jan 16 13 07:19 am Link

Photographer

Digital Photo PLUS

Posts: 5503

Lorton, Virginia, US

Halcyon 7174 NYC wrote:
You were expecting an http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/ca/88-90_Ford_Escort_Wagon.jpg/120px-88-90_Ford_Escort_Wagon.jpg?

thou speak'st without care of making sense.

Jan 16 13 07:37 am Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Digital Photo PLUS wrote:
thou speak'st without care of making sense.

{insert yawn here}

Jan 16 13 08:52 am Link

Photographer

Piscis Noctis

Posts: 11014

Santa Clara, California, US

is it a multi-universe or a single-universe time travel?

Jan 16 13 08:54 am Link

Photographer

ArtisticPhotography

Posts: 7699

Buffalo, New York, US

How's the weed on your planet?

Jan 16 13 08:58 am Link

Photographer

Marc Damon

Posts: 6562

Biloxi, Mississippi, US

Piscis Noctis wrote:
is it a multi-universe or a single-universe time travel?

That would depend on your belief in the concept of quasi-quantum-flux-string theory, cat memes existing only as humorous anomalies, caution tape photos being relevant and (if you're an SF2 player) bacon being the root of all that is right and good.

Jan 16 13 09:04 am Link

Photographer

Vivus Hussein Denuo

Posts: 64209

New York, New York, US

I once built a time machine, but it didn't work.  No matter what I set it for, it was always "now."

Jan 16 13 09:06 am Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Piscis Noctis wrote:
is it a multi-universe or a single-universe time travel?

Marc Damon wrote:
That would depend on your belief in the concept of quasi-quantum-flux-string theory, cat memes existing only as humorous anomalies, caution tape photos being relevant and (if you're an SF2 player) bacon being the root of all that is right and good.

I never know which universe I'm in. Could be the same one. Also, yes to bacon, and may I add, red velvet cake ice cream.

Jan 16 13 09:07 am Link

Photographer

Frank Lewis Photography

Posts: 12642

Winter Park, Florida, US

I suspect that you need to contact the Department of Temporal Investigations.

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Departm … stigations

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Trials_ … episode%29

Jan 16 13 09:12 am Link

Photographer

Piscis Noctis

Posts: 11014

Santa Clara, California, US

Halcyon 7174 NYC wrote:

Piscis Noctis wrote:
is it a multi-universe or a single-universe time travel?

I never know which universe I'm in. Could be the same one. Also, yes to bacon, and may I add, red velvet cake ice cream.

I haven't had red velvet cake ice cream.
I need to correct this oversight.

One way to factor time travel in your workflow is to always compose at least a picture in such a way that there is enough empty space for somebody to insert themselves as anomalies without looking like the picture has been sabotaged.
That gives everybody plausible deniability and makes easy the work of replacing the picture.

Then you'd need some cipher or agreed upon key for the person that is inserting themselves in the picture if they decided to show up in person.

Jan 16 13 09:14 am Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Piscis Noctis wrote:
Then you'd need some cipher or agreed upon key for the person that is inserting themselves in the picture if they decided to show up in person.

Ah, one of the many uses of inflatable Norwegians.

Jan 16 13 09:33 am Link

Model

Stephen-C

Posts: 49

Miami, Florida, US

Did you post this ad:

http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ad.jpg

Jan 16 13 09:58 am Link

Photographer

Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

Stephen-C wrote:
Did you post this ad:

http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ad.jpg

LMFAO!

Thank you for Posting this!

Jan 16 13 10:03 am Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Stephen-C wrote:
Did you post this ad:

Not yet.

Jan 16 13 10:07 am Link

Photographer

Stephen Bodi

Posts: 846

New York, New York, US

I tinkered a bit but unfortunately something went very wrong with one of the test subjects I used in the miniature scaled down version of the device. You can see the result here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4epGisGCiw

the monsanto cover story should keep me covered for now.

Jan 16 13 11:32 am Link

Photographer

Stephen Bodi

Posts: 846

New York, New York, US

Halcyon 7174 NYC wrote:

I never know which universe I'm in. Could be the same one. Also, yes to bacon, and may I add, red velvet cake ice cream.

as long as whatever universe I am in has an Empire Coffee and Tea on 9th avenue just south of 42nd street I am good.

http://i644.photobucket.com/albums/uu166/4X3L/Animated%20Gifs/FuturamaBox.gif

Jan 16 13 11:37 am Link

Photographer

Marc Damon

Posts: 6562

Biloxi, Mississippi, US

Stephen-C wrote:
Did you post this ad:

http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ad.jpg

Interested!
Please send contact info!
lol

Jan 16 13 12:37 pm Link

Photographer

TKPhotos

Posts: 198

Palatine, Illinois, US

Stephen-C wrote:
Did you post this ad:

http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ad.jpg

I forgot about that movie. I'll have to see when it comes out on DVD.

Edit: Ah, apparently I need to go back in time to October when it was released on DVD wink

Jan 16 13 12:41 pm Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

TKPhotos wrote:

I forgot about that movie. I'll have to see when it comes out on DVD.

Edit: Ah, apparently I need to go back in time to October when it was released on DVD wink

My machine doesn't go to October very well, at least not in the US. Something about temporal distortions from ripe pumpkins.

Jan 16 13 01:21 pm Link

Model

Julia Francesca

Posts: 2365

Maumee, Ohio, US

you can't go back in time and kill your client, cuz then the money they paid you won't exist. DUH. go in the future and kill them and get your aggression out, go back to the present, and when the time comes where you killed them you just don't do it so that you don't have to go to prison. SIMPLES!

Jan 16 13 01:49 pm Link

Photographer

Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32234

Woodinville, Washington, US

Halcyon 7174 NYC wrote:
Have you ever had to go back in time and kill a client?

I went back to kill that T. Rex bitch who did a crap job of modeling for me and I accidentally stepped on a butterfly in the process. Now no one seems to remember how I photographed President Cher's inauguration or how I was able to operate the shutter with my prehensile tail. No one seems to have a prehensile tail any more.

Jan 16 13 02:51 pm Link

Photographer

NothingIsRealButTheGirl

Posts: 33593

Los Angeles, California, US

DO NOT TRUST PRESIDENT NICK NOLTE! HE IS LYING!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY8b7FUe05g

Jan 16 13 02:54 pm Link

Photographer

Lawrence Guy

Posts: 17683

Spring Valley, California, US

Vivus Hussein Denuo wrote:
I once built a time machine, but it didn't work.  No matter what I set it for, it was always "now."

Same here, except I once really did try to build a time machine.

Jan 16 13 03:21 pm Link

Photographer

Marc Damon

Posts: 6562

Biloxi, Mississippi, US

Orca Bay Images wrote:

I went back to kill that T. Rex bitch who did a crap job of modeling for me and I accidentally stepped on a butterfly in the process. Now no one seems to remember how I photographed President Cher's inauguration or how I was able to operate the shutter with my prehensile tail. No one seems to have a prehensile tail any more.

That wasn't really a butterfly. It was a pastie left over from the shoot.
http://www.modelmayhem.com/po.php?threa … st17921765

Jan 16 13 04:03 pm Link

Photographer

hbutz New York

Posts: 3238

Ronkonkoma, New York, US

Depends on the shit you're smokn.  - George Carlin

Jan 16 13 04:07 pm Link

Photographer

beta

Posts: 2055

Nashville, Tennessee, US

http://scifiscience.co.uk/img/themes/timetravel/maths09.gif

Jan 16 13 04:08 pm Link

Artist/Painter

ernst tischler

Posts: 15199

Cut and Shoot, Texas, US

Vivus Hussein Denuo wrote:
I once built a time machine, but it didn't work.  No matter what I set it for, it was always "now."

My time machine only went forward in time.  No matter how many adjustments I made, it remained at the same rate forward, exactly 60 seconds per minute.

Jan 16 13 04:10 pm Link

Photographer

Kyle T Edwards

Posts: 434

St Catharines, Ontario, Canada

I tried the time machine thing once.  The problem was that, I was getting the shots done too quickly, and people came to expect it.  If they were willing to pay extra for the expedited effort, I'd have been fine with it, but when people just feel that five nanoseconds is more than enough time for post production, you have to draw a line somewhere.  1.21 gigawatts don't grow on trees, ya know!

Besides, seeing Bowie's death notice and Beiber receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award on the same day was just too depressing.  P.S. Keith Richards says hi.  They were going back on tour, last I saw.

NothingIsRealButTheGirl wrote:
DO NOT TRUST PRESIDENT NICK NOLTE! HE IS LYING!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY8b7FUe05g

The transmission got garbled before he could finish the sentence.  What he was trying to say was "Do not trust President Nick Nolte.  He is lying...on the floor of the Oval Office, where his drunk ass has been passed out for the past two years now."  On the upside, he's had the highest Presidential approval ratings since Kennedy!  http://www.expatkorea.com/bbs/images/smilies/1267_Drinking_smiley_1.gif

Jan 16 13 04:29 pm Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Kyle T Edwards wrote:
I tried the time machine thing once.  The problem was that, I was getting the shots done too quickly, and people came to expect it.  If they were willing to pay extra for the expedited effort, I'd have been fine with it, but when people just feel that five nanoseconds is more than enough time for post production, you have to draw a line somewhere.  1.21 gigawatts don't grow on trees, ya know!

Besides, seeing Bowie's death notice and Beiber receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award on the same day was just too depressing.  P.S. Keith Richards says hi.  They were going back on tour, last I saw.

I have cave men doing my retouching. Give them a rare steak and a baked potato and they'll healing brush the hell out of a test shoot. The trick is taking extra laptop batteries and not letting them borrow your lighter.

Jan 16 13 06:37 pm Link

Photographer

Bravo Magic Images

Posts: 765

Temple City, California, US

I just time travel to the future get my pay and then travel back to the present

Jan 16 13 08:13 pm Link

Body Painter

Monad Studios

Posts: 9794

Santa Rosa, California, US

Looking back, I can't believe there was ever a time I did bodypainting without occasionally traveling a few hours into the future to see how it was going to look.  Having realized my mistake, I've gone back into the past and redone my earlier work with the added advantage of future-travel.  I'm much more satisfied with it now, although not as satisfied as I'm going to be in 2032.

Jan 16 13 08:20 pm Link

Photographer

Juniper Tree Photo

Posts: 51

Piqua, Ohio, US

Time isn't a straight line. It's all... bumpy-wumpy. There's loads of boring stuff. Like Sundays and Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons. But now and then there are Saturdays. Big temporal tipping points when anything's impossible.

Halcyon 7174 NYC wrote:
Is your main kit bag bigger on the inside?

Inquiring mind-readers want to know.

No...but it is smaller on the outside wink

Jan 16 13 08:21 pm Link

Model

Jules NYC

Posts: 16248

New York, New York, US

Andialu wrote:
http://i1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc517/PJP863/Back_away_slowly.gif?t=1297672030

lol

Jan 16 13 08:21 pm Link

Photographer

Halcyon 7174 NYC

Posts: 20109

New York, New York, US

Juniper Tree Photo wrote:
Time isn't a straight line. It's all... bumpy-wumpy. There's loads of boring stuff. Like Sundays and Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons. But now and then there are Saturdays. Big temporal tipping points when anything's impossible.


No...but it is smaller on the outside wink

Mind the Pond.

Jan 17 13 12:25 pm Link

Photographer

EdBPhotography

Posts: 7679

Torrance, California, US

http://www.neatorama.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/134-600x536-500x446.jpg

Jan 17 13 12:30 pm Link

Model

Hannah Phillips

Posts: 61

Cold Spring, Minnesota, US

I saw time travel and my mind instantly went to Doctor Who...

Jan 17 13 01:36 pm Link