Thursday, July 1, 2010

Camera Camp, Day Three

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I'm writing this late Wednesday night and I'm out of gas. There is precious little free time here. Everyone in our class is supposed to have a project for the week, some theme we will use to try to improve out lighting skills. Mine is definition of shape and space with light. Some of us went to a junk/antique shop in Cooper's Mills, Maine, called Elmer's Barn. That's where I found this.
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8 comments:

lewi14 said...

Wonderful. It's interesting to experimentalize with lights and shadows.

Olivier said...

une tres belle gestion de la lumiere, j'aime beaucoup. ton stage t'inspire

cieldequimper said...

Light, shadow, rust, circles, wood... Wonderful.

brattcat said...

Elmer, I think, would puff up with pride to see his barn so beautifully captured.

NV said...

I like this shot a lot. It's taking ordinary things and capturing them in an extraordinary way.

Jilly said...

This must be fascinating albeit exhausting, Bob. I can't get the Tuesday photo to open but the others are most impressive. I particularly love todays with the different textures of metal, some shiny, some dull, the wood. Super shot.

Virginia said...

I left a comment but POOF! It disappeared. Of course I have no idea what I said. I do like that pile of rusty stuff though B.

Ming the Merciless said...

Great job on the photo, even if they are from the junk yard/antique shop.