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Teardrop

By mellyleth  
Hi folks - this will probably be the last one in this particular series, however I will probably do more abstact stuff at the weekend. I must admit, I'm enjoying doing these as it's something completely different. Thanks to everyone for your feedback on the previous two. This is also a shot of the same bottle (containing water), against a wall with a partly black and partly white background, lit with a snoot to one side.

I look forward to your comments/critiques/savaging/mods etc! I know the crop won't be to everyone's taste, but I quite liked the square format. There is also something that niggles me about this image, which I would change if I was to do this again. See if you can guess what it is.. :o)

Tags: Specialist and abstract

Voters: rhion, artyshock, rletham and 10 more


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rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2005 11:33AM
I'm a late arrival here, having missed the last two but have to say I like all three with this one edging it for its purity - very simple. The square format suits it well.
I know it would rather ruin the title but I'd be tempted to do without the teardropWink
Cracking stuff Melanie.
Richard

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artyshock 11 9
19 Aug 2005 11:37AM
I like this, Arty.
tull 12 181 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2005 12:03PM
Would look excellent hung together Mel,great abstract work.

Mark.
Gary_Williams 12 38 3 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2005 12:18PM
Cool image, like the lighting in the shot.
mellyleth 12 212 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2005 1:45PM
Thanks folks, appreciate the comments!
19 Aug 2005 1:57PM
absolutely beautiful a piece of sensual art in p'graphy.. love the sutble light creating real essence superb Smile nikki
mellyleth 12 212 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2005 1:59PM
Thanks Nikki, what a lovely comment - many thanks.
pikey 12 861
20 Aug 2005 3:12AM
Love the graduation in tones. Excellent abstract quality..
DannyD 11 9
20 Aug 2005 4:52AM
nice, focus on the drop superb, shame about dof losing the sharpness of the edge of bottle. nice thick tar like tones. danny

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mellyleth 12 212 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2005 4:58AM
Spot on Danny, that was the thing that was really niggling me. However, I'm not sure now if would've looked any better if it was all completely sharp. Perhaps it would've.

What's next? Well I have a few ideas, you'll just have to wait and see :o)

Thanks for your comments.
clintnewsham 11 121 1 England
20 Aug 2005 10:00AM
a very nice series mel,i love all these dark images,nice work

click clint
conrad 11 10.9k 116
20 Aug 2005 10:48AM
I think I would be inclined to crop it off there where the glass disappears into complete blackness. But that's just me, of course. And only after looking at it for a while. I liked it immediately when I saw it, so it must be a good 'un! Wink

Conrad
mellyleth 12 212 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2005 12:47PM
Thanks Clint for your comments. Conrad, I thought about cropping the left hand side a bit, but I liked the way it fell into darkness. Cheers for the comments!
ginz04 12 281 19 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2005 3:33AM
good series of something different i like your imagination.

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