Wednesday, April 30

Sally get your Gun

Contributed by K Stewart

One from the painting with light assignment

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really like this arrangement of items. The lighting is dim which gives it a melancholy mood. The pink/redish roses are countered by a similar color at the bottom of the piece. Good work balancing that! I also like that you can only see a segment of some of the objects you used. This keeps the viewers eye looking at the piece trying to deceiver what it is they are looking at. Awesome!!
-AC SPHS

Anonymous said...

Cool studio pic. The color of all of the objects fit well together and gives the shot a warm tone. Good focus and contrast from light areas to dark. Good exposure. Nice shot.

Anonymous said...

It seems pretty good, it is just not balanced that well, to much in the photo.. maybe

Anonymous said...

this is probably one of my favorite shots from the paint with light assignment. i like the way your space was used. its hard not to have a lot of negative space with this assignment but you did a great job with all your props and lighting. good work.

Alaina P. -HHS said...

I love the choices in this photo. The objects remind me of a love and war movie. Its amazing how photos can say so much. I like how the lighting isn't too harsh and too soft. It's just right and really brings out the details in the objects. You did a great job!

hi. im evan. said...

I like the setup of this shot. The objects go nicely together. The sharpness of the gun balances nicely with the softness of the flowers. The color scheme is also good.

C 2 tha Rumbley said...

cool photo the objects mix well being opposites. nice lighting and everything.

Mattox said...

I like this shot, mostly just because of what your collection of stuff here expresses. The helmet makes it seem not so much like a war scene, but more like its recording someone painting a picture about war. Which seems almost to be what your whole project was in the first place