And yes, the broken lamp shines most. This is one of the pictures I intend to use in an art project with old lamp bulbs which is scheduled end of the year in my home town. Location: home studio
Namur is an historical city in the Walloon region of Belgium. It has a high rock and on top of it there is a fortress or citadel. You can go on foot or by car. There you have a beautiful view of the environment and the river Meuse. I made several pictures and did some […]
Audio-Visual = series of pictures with music I only captured details of the art work installations made with lace technique. Gear: Canon 50mm f1.8 lens (some pictures are made with extension tube)
I visited the Kantelink exhibition, and I framed details only of the lace. No, it is not the old style lace but a modern version of it with plastic tubes, iron and copper wires but all were created using the lace technique turning it into real works of art. More info on https://kantelink.blogspot.com/2018/07/niet-te-missen-deze-zomer.html
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The 50mm at f1.8 has some softness and this was a bit to soft so I did a stacking with an f8.0. Now the hart of the plant is sharp and the rest is soft.
Some may complaint about the very shallow depth of field but it changes ordinary objects completely.
At the flea market one can find antiquities but also trash. My attention was drawn by those boxes with various unsorted items and others with nicely sorted items.
Walk around with open eyes and you can see beauty in ordinary things.
Poppies with Canon 50mm f1.8-MK1 @f4 + macro extension ring of Meike (13mm) Post processing: changed color temp to cool and added constrasts by curves