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Monday, July 04, 2005

Triptych Title?


Nikon D70, various settings
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So the other day I was drinking coffee out of my usual mug when I realised that the colours were just like a selection of dolly mixtures. Hardly suprising since I had just finshed a large packet of them moments before. I'm always on the lookout for a new picture, so I thought I could do something with this. I looked in the cupboard and found some jelly babies and thought this would finish the series off.

I really enjoyed making these pictures, and am really happy with the results. It was a very simple setup... so simple in fact that I'm surprised that they came out so well. They were basically shot in a bright room, with glossy photo paper under and behind them. I used the SB-800 remotely with the diffuser dome and aimed it in front of and just above the subjects. I set the flash compensation to +1 to get the whites bright. I then PP'ed the shots further to get the whites completely white.

So, all I need now is a good title for the triptych. Suggestions anyone? :)

7 Comments:

Anonymous m7 said...

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1:25 am, July 04, 2005  
Blogger Alecia said...

Hmm, sorry about the guy who's talking about your gf. Yikes.

I wish I knew what you were talking about with all your technicalities, unfortunately I just am sorta like...huh? But...I can tell you that it's pretty, and I like.

Keep it comin man!

-A

7:38 pm, July 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Oi, Mystic7... behave yourself! ;o)

9:02 pm, July 04, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Alecia... thanks, I'm glad you liked it! Just keep ignoring the technicalities and continue telling me if you like it or... that's what it's all about afterall! :oD

Thanks for the comments, much appreciated as always

9:05 pm, July 04, 2005  
Blogger Nothing Like It said...

Mmmm I'm going to have to go and buy some dolly mixtures now!

I love the minimalistic look...

2:31 pm, July 09, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

Every hard work must be appreciated. Good work. Good taste. I mean your photographic taste.

5:43 am, July 31, 2005  
Anonymous Smoke said...

Drugs are just bad, you should try to use Herbal Alternatives as a temporary replacement to loose the dependance!

2:30 am, July 23, 2006  

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