Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by white, Jul 23, 2010.
So I don't normally bump threads, but I thought I'd give this one another go around. I'm doing a series of ten prints for my class final project, and they're all going to be presented in this style. Basically ten diptychs.
I like that - nice work. I wonder what it would look like with a slight colour cast applied to the area between the exterior of the book and the edge of the image?
Ill give you some credit for having some thought put into this instead of just the average, hey check out another butterfly. Just curious is this just one photo or is it the same leaf? Much cooler if its the same leaf imo.
Yeah, for the last week or so I've been creating thumbnail sketches for every picture. Kinda use to working that way because I had to do it with design work.
Just one photo, lit in the studio, printed in the darkroom.
i was hoping maybe u took a photo of the whole leaf, then closed the book and smashed it on the other side type thing. either way good work.
or did i just miss the part where you said sketch and its not even a book all together....?
No it is a real book. Thumbnail sketches are just rough ideas put down on paper so when you get into the studio you're not bumbling around without a clue.
I think this is a heck of a beautiful shot. Wouldn't look out of place in the B&W sub-forum at all.
Oh you mean No-Man's Land?
Nice website, by the way. You have a lot of fantastic photographs there.
Thanks, you're very kind. I've just checked your Flickr and added you as a contact. Cool work for a beginner
Really cool shot, you win 10 internets.
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