Don’t think you are creative enough if you can’t create a simple thing
This is part of my experiment which I got inspired from here, Early Christmas by Sue Richardson.
I’ve tried many different shots outdoor and indoor following her technique and so far this is the best that I could get from.
Could you guess what they are? :D.
They are some tealights that I arranged in circular form. I did some editing in Picassa from its RAW file by increasing its shadow and applied filtered BW plus soft focus. The grainy that looks apparent in this photo after I increased its shadow has created such a different dimension from the original objects. It looks like white sand or snowflakes fall down and creating snowballs. That’s my interpretation anyway. A friend of mine called this picture as Axis Mundi.
So for that reason I submit this picture for Weekly Photo Challenge with Delicate in theme!
Have a Good Friday and have a great weekend ahead to everybody! Christmas is just round the corner! 😉
When cooking oil met water in photography then they could create an art work.
On my previous post here, Dirty but Beautiful, I shot some pictures of canal water that been contaminated by some oil from the canal boats I supposed. The sunny bright weather had created a good art work by reflecting the shadow of the trees and other surroundings onto the water.
Those photos have inspired me to try a photo experiment called Cooking Oil Close-up Photography by Bryan Peterson.
Here my results:
Have you every tried this kind of experiment? Hope you enjoyed it.
Have a nice weekend ahead! 🙂