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By cattyal  
Some less than perfect Asparagus was found lurking yesterday so a few pics taken continuing the old pot theme. I could do with sorting out a balancing act for the second pot as the asparagus was too heavy to do it and I wanted that pot tilted too but that's something I will work on another day.

Meanwhile a weekend of dossing about in the sunshine awaits.......

Tags: Still life General Digitally manipulated Asparagus Pots

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sherring Plus
9 46 13 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 9:26AM
Very nice, great lighting.


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cattyal Plus
11 7.9k 6 England
26 May 2012 9:31AM
Thanks Smile I used my highly technical large sheet of foamboard with a rectangle cut out of the middle technique - it works rather well Smile
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 10:25AM
I think you are going somewhat 'potty', but you still keep on producing amazing images.

Regards Nathan
Irishkate Plus
6 38 104 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 10:40AM
Towering ahead as usual with another superb image.
Do you use the foamboard like a lightbox?
you seem to get it spot on every time.
KenTaylor Plus
12 3.0k 2 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 11:13AM
Admirable technique while the composition of the pots don't look right.

Perhaps a Z shaped composition with the second pot leaning opposite to the third while no doubt you have explored that possibility with various weights for stability...
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
26 May 2012 1:43PM
Like your lighting Alison. Good tones too.
Regards Richard.
cattyal Plus
11 7.9k 6 England
31 May 2012 10:20PM
Oops - sorry for the late return - Thank you again everyone Smile

Kate - I use the foamboard like a window. The window in my studio is rather large which whilst great, can be a tad too much. I use the foamboard with a rectangle in it just to cut the light down and direct it a bit more. I also frequently use white foamboard as a reflector - very handy stuff.

I will experiment with this kind of arrangement again - I just need to sort out some suitable weights and perfect my balancing!

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