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We love the way you capture the stillness in a moment. Thanks again for sharing...
I like the picture Lucy but kept thinking how much I liked the pattern on the cups and dish (lol).
Thank you Guyz.I'm rather proud of this photo because it makes a plastic milk-bottle look ok.Lucy
Hello HermesPerhaps I should see if I can take an interesting photo of cups and plates with distressingly horrible patterns on them.That would be a challenge.In fact, I did wonder whether this photo 'counted' because so much credit goes to the person who designed those cups and the plate. To take a picture of them is merely to reproduce their work - ie. to cheat.Oh the ethics of photography and blogs!Lucy
I wondered how you managed that particular pattern of light and dark. Not only is there light on the subject, but also a 'blop' of light in the left field. Then the mid lights, and the dark. Good range. Was there a sunbeam coming in the window on the milk jug et al.? Very nice shot.
Hello BarbeeFor outside photographs, I take things 'as they are' but I don't have a flash on my camera so I have to organise them a little when indoors . . . and I confess I did stand an angle-poise lamp (the kind one would have on a desk) on a kitchen chair beside my right shoulder.That provides most of the illumination for this photo.But there was also an open door and a window, on the left, further forward. Sun coming from them lights the pink box and the drawers in the dreser.Lucy
Thanks, Lucy, it is a very nice result.
Hi there, I'm a newbie looking your blog over... I particularly like this breakfast shot, a still of everyday life for most of us. :)
Hello Oz Girl.I'm so pleased you have arrived here.And I'm glad your comment led me to your blog too.Lucy
You've captured an everyday occurrence beautifully - a real still life.
Thank you, Happy Mouffetard.Lucy
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