Nice wallpaper Steve. Wirevixen's shoes are cool too!!
Thank you Mike nice to see you posting again. The shoes belong to my eldest daughter. She has inherited WireVixens shoe thing.
I suspected these backgrounds woud not go down too well. Still, you have to try
Wow; that is really good. I think it could be improved by making the background a little darker, just a tad, or am I missing the point, it is after all still in focus, well nearly in one of them.
To Steve: It is very well if you explain to me where is "break a few rules".
Thanks for the comments everyone. I dare say this photography thing will come back to me when I am least expecting it
Hi Ross. Only 2 rulesTo Steve: It is very well if you explain to me where is "break a few rules".
1. Having a background that is strongly competing with the main subject
2. Using my daughters room as a studio
3 and 4 work well for me - they could be in a fashion magazine. Yes 3 is very busy but it works in this case. I like the positioning of the shoe against the background in 3 - very neat.
You prove that if you know what you're doing rules can be broken and still great photographs can be produced.
Very well done,
What is going on with the bar code? I've seen them before being included in a photograph. What would you do that?
Nick has sussed it. I used nylon cotton and a drawing pin in the ceiling. Then my old friend the clone brush (evidently I didn't do too good a job of it)I'm just wanting to know how you did them. Did you just drop them and pull the trigger? Or were they hanging?
Intrigued from Glenfarg
Thanks for you comments Jeroen and Raylee. I am afraid the barcode is just an alternative to my 2010 signature. No sure if I am going to keep it yet.