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Wooden copycat

By JackAllTog    
I like to try and emulate some of the works of other's whse work i like, one such person is Cattyal and her excellent still lifes from things you might not otherwise notice.
I hope his gets close to her latest wood series and that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

I had an old peanut sacks for the texture background, a Honl photos honey comb attachment for the flash on a cord at 1/8 power. The wood is about 3 years old, orange juice in a rum bottle, blooming teas, bird or paridise dead flowers, ginger and a giant bulb flower from last year.

Tags: Still life Flowers and plants

Voters: AlanPerkins, GillyB, banehawi and 9 more


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Comments


Philo 6 99 83 England
9 Mar 2011 9:22AM
This is nicely set up, composed and executed. Maybe try adding textured layers to enhance it further and possibly tone down the highlights.
A great effort though, hope to see more.
Phil

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cattyal Plus
11 7.9k 6 England
9 Mar 2011 10:09PM
Not bad Smile Good collection of subject matter.....

If it were my shot then I'd iron the background and as suggested by Phil, use a texture layer. I tend to light mine quite brightly now, as per your V3 - the texture layer soon takes care of all that brightness Smile
9 Mar 2011 10:43PM
Love the different textures and the shades of golden brown. Great still life composition. Well thought-out.
cattyal Plus
11 7.9k 6 England
10 Mar 2011 8:23AM
You'll have to allow mods next time so I can play with a larger file Smile
Shellio 5 2 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2011 10:43PM
I agree if you know about layers or can learn it can make quite a difference.
Shellio

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