Posted November 24, 2018 09:24:17A woman was spotted in a rural area of western Australia with a sublimated print of a sawmill and her car.
The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said the printer she had was used to sublimate wood.
“It’s actually a saw mill.
I was hoping it would be easy to print it, but it was hard to get that close to it, so it was a bit of a challenge to get it,” she said.”
I didn’t realise it was actually a sublifer until I saw it on a couple of people’s blogs.”
Ms Albertson said the printing was of a small sawmill, but she thought the sawmill would be used for more printing purposes.
“When you get the printer out there, it’s a bit like a saw, it shoots up through the sawdust and you can see it moving up through there,” she explained.
“The printing is basically like you’re looking through a window, you can get all kinds of things out of it, and it prints pretty well.”
Ms Smith said it was an “unusually bright light” but it made her think she was “looking through a really bright window”.
“I just thought, ‘Oh my God, I’ve just come across the best photo ever taken in Australia’,” she said, “and I’ve got a lovely view of the city.”
Ms Jones said she hoped the photo would encourage other people to take pictures of their cars and other cars, to encourage them to take more pictures and to show them off to people.
“They’ve got really interesting car-to-car photography,” she noted.
“There are people taking the same shot, but on different days, and they’re just using different lighting and different camera settings.”