This is the first photo I’ve taken that required composition on my part; it wasn’t just a picture of something that was already there. It was inspired by a message at our church’s youth group:
Here’s a slightly different version:
That’s pretty cool. Did you make the tin foil guy yourself? Because in that case, this is both sculpture and photography. Also, I like the effect that the border provides… although I feel as though perhaps the lighting or something should be subtly different to maximally complement that border. I’m not sure exactly how, though, maybe make it black and white?
Huh, interesting idea. I didn’t like the pure black-and-white version as well, just because I like the color of the light around the tin-foil dude. So I did a hybrid (something I’ve become particularly fond of recently). I guess you can decide for yourself which you like better 🙂
The background also has some slight texture to it, which is supposed to give it a “distressed” feel, but sadly you can’t tell unless you look really closely.
I did make the tin foil man myself, but I hesitate to go so far as to call it “sculpture”. 😛
The composite looks awesome… it makes it look like the baker is illuminated by a shaft of golden light. And I do think that it makes the borders look better. Also, that bread looks delicious…
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