Monday, February 22, 2016

Inspired from art - photography post


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Last couple of weeks have been extremely busy, finishing up some photography assignments and then digital housekeeping.  Cleaning my drive - I had a plethora of images, cleaned and archived all the images from previous years and got back 500Gb on my computer...!! Quite a nightmare, if you do not have a system to file and archive....phew! That is after I constantly clean up and very particular about file names and dates.

Feels good to have a clean drive but I was exhausted with all the housekeeping. I felt I have not used my camera in years. The last two days we have been inseparable.... finally today I felt I can put my camera down drink some coffee, blog a bit and felt I actually did something with my day.

This is my series inspired from art....or should I say, my deep penchant to be able to pick up a brush and paint, or pick up a pencil and draw perfect lines. Since I cannot hold a brush straight, here is my view from my lens.

I had a few more, but did not want to make it a heavy post.

Which one is your favorite ??


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9 comments:

  1. How did you shoot the white rose??? Please teach me...

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  2. Love them all Simi. But my favorite is the 'whisk' :-)

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  3. Wow! That white rose looks spectacular 💖

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  4. Absolutely spectacular Simi. Please do put a tutorial on how you did the white Rose.

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  5. stunning, absolutely stunning, all of them.. the white rose... unreal...beautiful

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  6. Fabulous! I love the first one.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. Love, love, love it! Your perspective is so refreshing, Simi! This is better than a triple-scoop ice cream cone, with sprinkles and chocolate syrup. It just made my day. Truly! I love all three.

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hugs!
simi

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