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Things on my Table #3 (One PIcture A Day #25)

Things on my Table #3 (One PIcture A Day #25)
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 P.R.Baptista
P.R.Baptista
..the idea of holding our gaze on what is close, literally on the table,
can be creatively very rich ... the question is how to explore all possibilities of
this approach so that we can in the sequence to know exactly what the artist, in this case the photographer ,has as his proposal.

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10 years ago.
KliX
has replied to P.R.Baptista
Many thanks :-) Well, the photographer has to admit that he did not particularly have much in mind. I just liked the symmetry of the bananas here and the structure of the basket. Plus the macro lens let you see things differently from "natural" is it can have a !mystical" shallow depth of field. The tone separation method I used here (similar or imitation the Pseudolith process) enhances the effect of blur and givers especially the shadows part an additional mysterious effect.
10 years ago.

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