I was playing around with Open Camera with a very long exposure (10 seconds), with a somewhat high ISO (3000ish), with my camera placed against a flat object so it doesn’t see any outside light. This is a great way of capturing sensor noise, though it does seem to be brighter around the outside, and less in the middle. Light leakage? Or just how the sensor works?
Anyways, I did that, and then played around with every nearly filter the stock photos app on my phone had, which results in some neat wallpapers.
Also, click on the images to get full resolution copies. The sources are jpegs, so I’m not going to choose violence today and mandate a good but hardly supported format to view the full resolution copies.
Future work might be making multiple sets of images, tinting them differently, then blending between them to make a pattern. Trans flag in noise, maybe? I don’t really have a functioning computer at the moment, it just Fucking Dies when I do anything vaguely intensive, so I can’t do that at the moment.
This is the first one I made. It made heavy use of the “magic eraser” tool to give the blocks some structure.
The other one I made. It uses no magic eraser tool. You can really see the bright spots in the void if you don’t get the computer to blur it all together with the eraser. Though I did use sharpen to give it some texture. I use this one as a lock screen wallpaper, with the clock centered inside the circle. It works well :3