This is one of those instances where you just do something to see what it looks like and theres really no sense to it other than its appearance which looks kind of neat. This is a piece of string that I zoomed in and out on during a long exposure and from doing that it created this strange warped effect of the string.
I took this with my oldest film camera, a Kodak Vigilant Junior SIX-20. It’s over 70 years old and stick works like a charm! The odd light on the right side of this photo is a light leak. Which basically means that besides the light entering into the camera through the lens, light is also entering into the camera through the bellows on the side through tiny holes thus adding a warped streak of light being formed onto the negative. The scratches that you see on the photo is that of the filter I used in printing it. Somebody was using the enlarger I usually go to so I had to settle for another one without a film holder so the filter was placed directly on top of the negative during the printing process. I kind of like the look of it though. Probably going to reprint a clean version though just to compare.
I think I’m going to darken the sky and lighten up the trees a bit towards that really dark area. Probably going to redo this sometime next week. I printed some other photos of the falls today! They came out pretty good, I think I might redo those as well to get a better look and a better tonal range.