"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Monday, August 1, 2011

A metal bucket.

I'm doing Kat Sloma's Find your Eye course and this week I have been encouraged to find a familiar subject and take loads of photos of it.  
These were my favourite shots...

 I chose this black metal bucket. It sits by the back door during winter waiting to be loaded up with firewood for our weekend fires. 

   I loved the way the morning light shone onto different parts of the bucket. 


16 comments:

  1. These are excellent. I need to choose my object now.

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  2. Great details! I like seeing all of the different angles you found. Thanks so much for posting these photos and sharing with the class.

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  3. Wonderful light, wonderful reflections. You really explored all the different aspects of this bucket. This would make a great collage or series.

    Creatively yours,
    Brenda

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  4. I thought the first one on Flickr was good but these are each excellent! There is such beautiful light in all of them.

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  5. Love the neutral colors and the glow of surfaces. This was such an interesting subject to choose!

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  6. These are wonderful Leanne! I especially love the first one.

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  7. these are warm and intimate shots Leanne. I love them.

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  8. I just feel so warm when I look at these photos. I love all the natural textures and colors and amber light.

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  9. I love the textures you captured on this bucket. I am a sucker for macro, so these are right up my alley. Great job!

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  10. These are beautiful, I love the colours, light and textures. You've done an amazing job.

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  11. great shots especially the first one.

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  12. these photos are beautiful. That's one of the things I love about photography, how the way you frame a photo and the way your camera captures light can turn a completely mundane object into something beautiful....

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  13. Beautiful photos! I love the contrast of the smoothness of the metals and the rough edges. The light feels warm, like the fire the wood creates

    Lovely!

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  14. What a fun photo shoot! I especially love the first one with the wood in it! And what gorgeous light!

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