Playing with LIGHT & SHADOW (basket, glass + hand)

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  1. mylo

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    Decided to try out something new this hot morning. The ray of light from the Sun is SO INTENSE!! Grab my faithful Nikon D60 to capture these opaque objects = plastic basket, glass, bottle and a kitchen grill.

    So, here are some first attempt photos on shadow and light.

    Picture 1 - I'm Mr. Fantastic

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    My rubbery hands.

    Picture 2 - Have a CUPPA

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    Holding a decade old glass.

    Picture 3 - Oh Yeah! Let's Fiesta!!

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    Time to celebrate mate :)

    Picture 4 - HAIL TO MYLO :lol:

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    Feel free to check out more pictures here:
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    Cheers!
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    2nd is nice hehe :D

    weird style ;)
     
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    yes very weird

    but i think that number 1 is cool. got that alien feel to it.
     
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    Number 1 has a very Nosferatu feel to it, which I think you should have exploited a little more :p
     
  5. mylo

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    Thank you so much for your comments and compliments. Happy to say that those pictures able produce a kind of weird feelings :lol::lol::lol:

    Thank you for your comment :thumbup: It was my very first attempt doing that. Not sure how it was going to turn up initially. I'll take up your advice - will try more stuff next time.

    For those who are interested to try it up, the best time is around 11.40 am - 12.30pm (best result for shadow formation)

    Here are two more photos from my light and shadow collection:

    Picture 5 - Give me more COKE please!!

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    Found an empty 1.5 litre COKE bottle.

    Picture 6 - Help me please

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    My elongated left hand :)

    Picture 7 - The Perfect balance

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    Balancing a plastic basket.

    Cheers!
    mylo
     

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