The kitchen theme continues. This one I have tried to get a blended shape with the curves of the handle and the line of th twin kettles. The distractions in the background have been removed( the plugs and leads). The background could be a bit more inspiring and colourful, the indicator light does however attract the eye to the kettles
Dare I say you should get out more! Seriously though, I can see what you’re trying to achieve. The more I look at it the more I like it. Two become one. It’s good to do exercises like this as I think it makes you think about composition.
I could also put my tuppence worth in….. How about having two very small mouths on the black next to the eyes to make it look as though they’re plotting world domination!!! P.S I think I need to get out more.
Ken this is beautiful, the lighting is so sympathetic with the subject matter. It’ll be nice to see more of your still lives in the competitions. Have you thought about doing any in infrared, though I don’t know how that’d pan out technically?
Thanks Meg for your always valued comments–didn”t rate this but seems to have some appeal–will repeat and improve–“nuts” was it Mervin??? Doubt if infra red would work Meg—-has to be some infra red . Maybe outside with some fresh cut foliage and set a still life up.–now theres a thought MEG.
I agree with the team that this atmospheric photography has sympathetic warm and soft lighting. Like Wallace says the title is so important to the picture. I would liked to have seem a bit more of the flower and perhaps a bit less vignetting. Well done Ken.