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An Evening Invitation

By GARYHICKIN
The invitation card for the evening celebration after my daughter's wedding. The design for her dress was called Antoinette, hence the theme.

Tags: Wedding Still life General Celebration Composite

Voters: Philip_H, PinkK, JackAllTog and 14 more


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Comments


28 Dec 2012 5:32PM
Fabulously crafted image.

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PinkK 7 80 1 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2012 5:44PM
So much to look at...a great creation Smile
SteveNZ 8 4 5 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2012 11:45PM
A lot of work gone into this. Fantastic.
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
29 Dec 2012 12:31AM
Thanks for the look, very interesting and well crafted!
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
29 Dec 2012 5:41AM
Very well done and artistically crafted !! A beautiful result !
viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 9:02AM
Now is that cat real or stuffed? Looks real to me so the right moment was chosen as it walks into the image. Very clever.

Phil.
12 Oct 2013 1:33PM

Quote:Now is that cat real or stuffed? Looks real to me so the right moment was chosen as it walks into the image. Very clever.

Phil.



Hi Phil,
This was not an easy shot to get right - I was fortunate enough to have a neighbour who was looking after a trio of kittens (btw - I am allergic to cats!) she kindly came round with a friend and they took it in turns to put the kittens through the backdrop and empty mirror frame.The basic arrangement had already been set up with the idea of adding other elements later, the kittens took great delight in playing with and generally disrupting anything they could get their paws on- anyway to cut a long story short approx two hours later all three of the kittens were exhausted and fell asleep but at least I had enough shots to work with.
Cheers,
Gary

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