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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 655 - Edible Arrangements

 
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Apr 14, 2019 20:47 |  #16

Nasturtiums are edible.


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Apr 15, 2019 01:10 |  #17

Does an arrangement of formerly edibles count for this theme?


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Apr 15, 2019 11:01 |  #18

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I imagine so. To my recollection, joayne has never disallowed an image for being insufficiently thematic. Besides, it's an attractive picture.


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Apr 15, 2019 11:52 |  #19

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Very pretty, Tim
They are edible and they are arranged... *shrug*

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Apr 15, 2019 13:43 |  #20

Not much of an arrangement but I did eat them for lunch.


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Apr 15, 2019 14:37 |  #21

No special arrangement here before chopping them. Grown in my own garden.
I wanted the deep shadows to add more texture.


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Apr 15, 2019 14:43 |  #22

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Light is a bit flat but it's still quite lovely, OhLook. I do wonder why you cut off the bottom of the vase?


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Apr 15, 2019 15:34 |  #23

Ok.. A couple from me..

Let me just say, Ice Cubes do not cooperate :rolleyes:

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Apr 15, 2019 16:07 |  #24

joayne wrote in post #18846092 (external link)
Ok.. A couple from me..

Let me just say, Ice Cubes do not cooperate :rolleyes:

Don't I know it!

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But these are pretty brilliant though. What a great idea, Jo.

I also love toys  :p


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LOL. Very playful and so much fun!


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Apr 15, 2019 16:14 |  #25

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Light is a bit flat but it's still quite lovely, OhLook. I do wonder why you cut off the bottom of the vase?

(1) Being inedible, the vase was only a supporting player. Including all of it would have made a composition I didn't care for and drawn attention away from the flowers. (3) The background is the refrigerator. The vase sat on the counter that abuts it. I hunched over at the other end of the counter. Omitting the vase bottom avoided showing the counter edge, a boring horizontal line.

With only window light and room lights, I can't get the still lifes I'd like.


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Apr 15, 2019 16:39 |  #26

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With only window light and room lights, I can't get the still lifes I'd like.

Have you tried using a reflector to bounce back the light? Just make one yourself with some aluminium foil.


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Apr 15, 2019 16:47 |  #27

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #18846122 (external link)
Have you tried using a reflector to bounce back the light? Just make one yourself with some aluminium foil.

A piece of white paper or matte board works a treat!
Little hand held reflectors are cheap and come in white and silver
are durable and store easily

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Apr 15, 2019 19:31 |  #28

I sometimes use large sheets of Styrofoam. There wasn't a good place to put one this time, and I didn't take the trouble for a better setup, as other things were going on. Not a good shot, I know. The lower dark red flower turned out looking like a paper cutout. See that peak in the histogram? That's where it comes from.


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Apr 15, 2019 20:30 |  #29

joayne wrote in post #18846127 (external link)
A piece of white paper or matte board works a treat!
Little hand held reflectors are cheap and come in white and silver
are durable and store easily

https://www.bhphotovid​eo.com …tor_Disc_Collap​sible.html (external link)

How funny. I bought that one last week.




  
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Apr 15, 2019 20:35 |  #30

joayne wrote in post #18846092 (external link)
Ok.. A couple from me..

Let me just say, Ice Cubes do not cooperate :rolleyes:

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I also love toys  :p


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You're being too tough on yourself, JO.
Both are fun and creative.


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