|Copyright: Bruno Aguiar (Catcher)
|Date Taken: 2004-02|
|Camera: Sony DSC-F717|
|Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2004-03-30 14:53|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Ok, time to inovate! Iīve seen people on TL are uploading some strange but very nice pictures, experiences, lotīs of funny stuff not apropriated for TE, so iīm doing the same! |
This is a fruit recipient, yes, and inside you can see some fruit :)! This was taken in negative mode and when i saw the result i got amazed and wanted to share with the community, however at that time wasnīt possible!
The fruits are five kiwis and two apples, they look fantastic donīt they?!
Hope you like it, look forward for your critiques and thanks again Adam, now itīs possible!
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- [2004-03-30 17:23]
It's amzing how can negative surprise us, I like to try negatives from time to time. Amazing colors. Nice one, Bruno.
Wow, strange one Bruno. The fruit is amazing! Really a neat shot.
I do not think that I would like to eat these fruits Bruno, but the colours works really good and you also got a lot of details. well done.
- [2004-03-31 0:28]
I was palying with negative effects just last evening. I do that from time to time but i do it in post process. The effect can be quit unexpected. I'm curious, is that a green apple or a red apple? Wsa it slightly yellow mabye? I'm trying to figure out why it got blue and what colour scheme been used. I want to learn how to predict the results you see :)
Your post processing work has certainly given this image an artistic look about it. What I like the best is the details of the lace showing through the glass plate. I'm guessing that the original colour of the apple is yellow.
- [2004-04-04 11:16]
A very interesting and artistic composition, Bruno. Out of your first six thumbnails, this one really stood out. Beautiful colours and textures. Thank you for sharing it.