I photographed this leftover Halloween candy on top of the reflective surface of my wife’s laptop computer. After I created this image I cropped the original file differently and got this second image.
Enjoy and remember: Candy is not just for eating it makes a great subject!
When you start working on any photographic assignment you will find opportunities almost anywhere. I was on my usual photo-walk at Applegate Park in Merced, when I observed that a city worker cleaned out the fountain. He threw the rose paddles on the ground and opened up the opportunity for me to photograph them.
Enjoy and keep looking and photographing!
I used my T-shirt as a background and created some wrinkles. As a foreground I picked some thread.My light source is a single 5600k bulb from the left at about 45 degrees. In order to get a little bit of dynamic into the image I turned it to the right a little bit.
Enjoy and happy photographing!
This weeks exercise takes last weeks “Color Contrast” to a new level by adding a third color to it. Photograph on or two subjects in contrasty colors in front of a background (third color).
In this example I used the tip of a red and yellow marker which I photographed with a blued background. As always, enjoy this exercise.