Mortar & pestle

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  1. tb2

    tb2 TPF Noob!

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    Just that, with a few other objects arranged as a still life, in what I think of as 1970s colours. Remember all that brown and beige, that's become fashionable again?


    Tony

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    I like it. The reflective tabletop adds depth to it. However, is that a softbox reflection in the spoon?
     
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    No soft box used in this shot Donna. It was taken with my home-brew lighting set-up. On camera flash, white foam boards propped up and held with one hand whilst I pressed the shutter with the other hand. I'm just a dabbler at this sort of thing!

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    i like the reflections in the work surface.. really nice
     
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    What is that surface made of?
     
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    The surface, redlsbird, is a mirror taken off the wall and laid flat on a table! A piece of black vinyl is propped up behind it (out of shot but so that it is reflected), giving the plain background.

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