Antonio Correia wrote:
Without light shadows doesn't exist.
I just found the look of all the shadows on the road interesting. Caught my eye at the time.
Working on a new assignment anyway (for my class) so, how's this one?
I took this photo of the wife's shadow on 10/12/2006.
I did some pp to image thus making it B&W...
exif: Olympus e330 camera with attached zd14-54mm lens; 1/13s at f2.9; iso 100; 19mm fl.
Awesome picture! I wish it were more contrasty, but at any rate - great idea, and,of course, nice shadow...
Nikolai, i think you could be right about it needing a little more contrast. I was shooting with a harsh background light. Thanks for the suggestion.
Here it is again with a little more contrast:
If I were you, I would also lose the bottom part (where the wall hits the floor), to make it pure abstract.
Also - as an idea - what if the picture is left in color?
Lamp Shadows. Taken tonight.
This one has been rattling around in my brain for a while now. I was having a hard time finding an interesting shadow so I decided to to manufacture something tonight so that I could get it out my head.
In case you are wondering...they are legos.
1 to add.
Blezz U !!!
Thank you, I like the background material, very nice texture!
Nice shadow Don.
My shadows picture.
There is a shadow, but it's sooo subtle... It would be the 5th or 10th thing that would come to my mind if I was asked what this image is about.
The sould of a city tree
Words of Wisdom
My SmugMug Galleries
Finally getting back to submitting entries for some of these assignments, but all images were taken with specific assignments in mind....
#1 Fence Rails
#2 Looking back on the path I took