I’m sure I’m not more super busy than everyone else but my weeks just seem to fly by. By the time I get settled in – in front of the computer I’m exhausted and just cannot muster the energy to post. I have taken pictures – lots and lots of them but the process stops after the post production. I will try to do better. I’ve missed my blogger friends and I need to catch up on my friends blogs as well.
This spring brought new customers, new friends and new home improvement projects. I will try to update those projects in the future.
If you’re still reading this – then thank you for following along.
Elli, from project 365 Facebook posted a link to Freelensing, and it’s just what I needed. Something new to experiment with. I took several images that I am happy with but I will just share one for now.
Here is an experiment that did not work.
My blogger friend Terry has some amazing water drop reflection shots and I’ve been admiring those for a while. I attempted to duplicate those but I didn’t hit the mark. I did however end up with a very wet and very clean table. 🙂 See Terry’s work here
Who says studio lighting has to be boring? I’m glad to be able to have creative freedom to try to play with different aspects of photography and lighting.
The idea is not original. I saw a picture of a painting on facebook and the “drama” of the image impacted me so much I immediately wanted to duplicate it. Of course that was a painting and I was creating a picture. None the less I came pretty darn close.
I used a gel light and I like the red better than the yellow.