I decided to get back to indoor tabletop photography this time. Also, I’d recently revisited my old hobby of painting glass with nail polish, and I had several new nail polish pendants sitting around. Oval ones, which are particularly tough because of the way they reflect light. These were all window light shots later in the day with white poster boards as reflectors. Still, I’ve got to get the camera lens in there somewhere. I decided I wasn’t going to list these to sell, and that I would do a little more retouching on them. I’ve not sold any yet. Besides, I think I will keep most of these. They are mostly new polishes I’ve not done any glass with before.
Next Time: More Table Top – Camera?
I’m hoping to actually photograph a camera next week. A big old lovely lady of a folding Polaroid. Maybe some video for my little unfinished project as well.
I was going for something that looked like an imaginary world with this. The idea had been bouncing around in my head for several months. Fortunately, the Christmas season intervened and the right tree props became available. The snow is quilt batting, the mirror is from the dollar store, and the “rocks” are flat marbles for flower arranging with nail polish painted on the bottom (like the necklaces I did last year). I decided to put a silver-grey poster board behind it all fearing white would be too blank. It’s supposed to look unreal/otherworldly anyway. In post, I did some cloning on the “rocks”, cleaned up the mirror, fussed with the color, and added some glow filter.
Next Time: More Still Life
I haven’t exactly decided what it’s going to be yet. Maybe more like this or maybe more mugs.