Monochrome Bowl and Corks

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I spent some time in my corner today with the camera. I photographed my African Violet, painting supplies, and this vintage bowl with not so vintage corks. The focus (pun intended) today was to work with exposure compensation. As I usually let the camera take care of exposure, this was an interesting exercise. The main purpose is to ensure that the Bride's dress is white and not gray when I shoot that wedding next week.
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I am participating in the Weekend in Black and White. Click the link to view more examples. 

Comments

HansHB said…
A great B&W post! Nice to study!
Happy Easter to you!
Julie Huston said…
Nice photo, I like it.
Lowell said…
I like this; nice and artsy. You'll do fine at the wedding!
Vane M. said…
Além do clique criativo, achei interessante sua explicação sobre a importância de testar os recursos da máquina, já que a usa profissionalmente. Um abraço!
Randy said…
That's an amazing shot.
Lynette said…
Splendid photo. I cannot imagine taking wedding photos, way more responsibility that I want to have. However, I have no doubt whatsoever that you will be prepared and perform to the satisfaction of everyone.
PerthDailyPhoto said…
It's good to play about a bit Barb, makes you feel a bit more confident..I think you're going to do a fab job next week..can't wait to hear about it and maybe see some of your shots. Try and relax this weekend :)
Monica said…
You have done a great job with your exposure exercise! Great light and lovely composition! Good luck with the wedding:)
RedPat said…
That's a great shot! You'll do well next week I'm sure.
cieldequimper said…
That's great! But how many bottles did you have?!!! Sorry, couldn't resist it!
Dragonstar said…
A nice still life. Very attractive.

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