Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Ron Evers, Dec 6, 2008.
Not sure if this is considered abstract or what. C&C welcome.
Out here in BC, we call them 'feathers'!
I like it; I think it needs a touch more contrast however, as it's very mid-tone rich. It would also be nice to see the whole thing in focus, OR shoot it from a slightly different perspective so that it vanished into the image.
To me it is hard to figure out what is going on. Is the feather above water or ...? I love the idea though. It is nice to try something new once in a while.
I will defer my answer for now & see if others can tell.
i was thinking glass, or the hard plastic that is in picture frames.. thats what i use to get the mirrored effect
I think it's a table top, or something similar made of wood, with a nice shiny clear coat on it. If you look closely, you can almost make out the wood grain. Or it's a piece of glass on a table top.
The feather is sitting atop a highly polished or uber polyurethaned wood surface. The grain is a tell.
Nice one Ron.
yes, i was seeing the grain of the wood too.. but i was pointing out what was causing the mirror.. which seems to be glass, or plastic
couldn't be a granite countertop?
Trust me, I know Ron, and it's not a granite countertop.
ahh... I just wasn't sure about the change in grain. To me it looks like wood at the top, but at the bottom it looks rockier to me anyway.
man i love it, great job!
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