A year ago (September of 2011) I got this idea to take wine glasses filled with grape juice (wine is a little expensive for a project like this) and put them on a beach and take photos of them with the water coming in.
    The funny part is that the pictures that turned out the best were the ones without the juice in it.

   I used my Canon PowerShot SX200 IS. The one that I've had for years now, and is badly in need of an upgrade. The super macro setting for the first photo,with only using the zoom feature on the rest.

   I have more photos of this shoot, so let me know if you want to see more of this type of photography.
Click on the pictures to make them bigger.

10/15/2012 8:22pm

Ooohoohooh!! That bottom right one is AWESOME!

---I mean, they all are, but that one is obviously made of undeniable coolness.

Personally, I'm hoping to see more of your photography. I just finished a quarter of my co-op art class that was completely consisting of photo composition, so now I'm hooked on seeing what other fellow artist can cook up!

Oh! And soon we're gonna work on more graphic-ish stuff and photo manipulation in that class. I've looked at the archives of your former blog(s), and was totally wowed by some of the digi stuff you've done!

Someday...I shall take it upon myself to make a masterpiece..=D

God bless!

10/15/2012 9:31pm

Haha, thanks!! =D

I know exactally what you mean! I absoutely love that one too!!

Sweet! If I could, I'd love to take the collage photography course here at my local collage (unfortounately the course is EXTREMELY expensive), so it's good that you are taking courses!

Well, I have almost 20,000+ pictures of mine that I can go through and post about =) Not all of them I will post (thankfully! Because that's a lot of photos) but I'll try and post lots more!

Photo minipulation is so much fun!! I love it so much!! Will you be using CS6? (or CS5) If so, do not hesitate to give me a holler if you are having trouble with anything! Thanks =D Really, the most amazing stuff I did under a teacher who was guiding me along. But thanks =)

- Leauphaun


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