The lid and straw from my soft drink got my attention. I thought I could get a very nice high key image out of it. I separated the lid from the cup and cut the straw underneath the lid. Then I put the lid on my light table to get some good background light. I tried several f stops to get the right depth of field. Enjoy and have a great week-end
My son got new headphones as a birthday gift. I liked the combination of round and square forms and photographed them from different angles. I also moved my light source around to observe the different kind of reflection. At the end I was quite happy with this shot. Enjoy and have fun with your photographic imagination!
After my first round of shots yesterday I decided to do it all over again. This time I changed the light setting from a barn door to a snoot. I kept the light source behind the boxes and used a snoot instead of a barn door. I did not use a gel. The red in background comes from the reflection of on of the boxes.
Enjoy and happy exercising with your camera!
I decided to take yesterday’s statement about creativity seriously and built a skyline out of packaging blocks. I used a door as a backdrop, nothing fancy in other words. I decided to go for a silhouette and tried different lightning scenarios. At the end I used two strobe lights, one with a barn door and a blue gel and the other with white light. In a way it felt awkward to do things that you have done as a child on the other side it was a lot of fun to do this. I am curious where else this exercise will lead me. Have fun with your creativity!
Creativity means to connect with the kid in you! Children are incredibly creative. When I was a child (before electronic toys, computers ….) I built all kinds of things out of packaging material. I remember that my parents gave us once big boxes that we used as cars. We cut out windows etc. This week I ask you to collect all kinds of packaging material and create a composition that you photograph.
I collected candy wrappers that I folded and put into a chocolate box to create some sort of “flower” where the chocolate box is the stem and the wrapping material the flower petals. I admit, it takes a lot of fantasy and goodwill to see the flower but I liked the idea.
Don’t forget to have fun with this exercise!