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A pretty light with neat swirls in the shade. The color is very warm.
4 Feb 2008 7:29am
Your two lamp shade abstracts are lovely and warm Jen. When I've played with my camera or a new lens I have taken photos of my lamp with similar swirl in the shade - but they still look like a photo of a lamp - nothing to write home about or post - just experiments with exposure. You really have a flare for making the ordinary so attractive Mrs. Woman!!! Keep right on doing what you are doing!!!!!! ;-)
4 Feb 2008 9:31am
@Anne: You are so kind Annel, thank you!!! The abstracts are a lot of fun!!!
I am having so much fun with this new camera it's ridiculous! I had to wish my life away but I truly wish spring would come so I could get some flower shots!
This has a wonderfully warm glow, I love the swirls through the glass. The angle too is super. Nice one Jen.
4 Feb 2008 10:30am
@MaryB: Thank you Mary
Ahh, the desert photo mystery of yesterday is now solved. Very nicely done, both.
4 Feb 2008 12:00pm
@Viewfinder: Thanks VF!
Having fun with my new camera!
Very nice, Jen. Nice framing and use of black for excellent contrast.
4 Feb 2008 12:04pm
very interesting ... I can use this shot to read by when the power is out ;o)
4 Feb 2008 1:25pm
@Man With 101 Names: You crack me up!!!! Thanks Rob!
Very cool.. now time to switch to Halogen bulbs!! :)
4 Feb 2008 2:20pm
@greg: Yes I know...slowly switching over.
very nice work!!! excelent!!
4 Feb 2008 2:37pm
FABulous!! The colour is just so warm and against that black background it just seems to be hanging in space. That's my Jen's Eye!!!
4 Feb 2008 4:48pm
@amy: Thank you Dahling!! : )
nice shot. i think i liked yesterday's better with the lines and abstractness of the lampshade. but i have a question, in yesterday's shot it looked like the light was only coming out of the top half of the lamp, as if the bottom of the bulb (the part that was visible) was dark, but that's clearly not the case in this one. how did that happen?
4 Feb 2008 5:41pm
@danthro: I have no idea...the angle, the light from the window????...all I have done to both images is some simple adjustments.
4 Feb 2008 7:12pm
@Nick: Is that a question? I didn't do any manual adjustments before the shot.
Very creative shot. Well done.
4 Feb 2008 7:28pm
@Reza: Thank you Reza!
The new alpha quality looks very fine to me. Great catch, Jen!
4 Feb 2008 8:24pm
@Behrooz Sangani: to me too!!! : )
A bright idea, Jen.
4 Feb 2008 8:30pm
@Earnest: Good one Earnest! : D
Ah hah! So that is what yesterday's shot was! Great experimentation!
4 Feb 2008 10:12pm
@Craiger: : )
I preferred yesterdays shot, but this is nice too, the colours warm and inviting, the contrast and exposure spot on.
4 Feb 2008 11:48pm
@Richard_Irwin: Thank you on both counts Richard
5 Feb 2008 12:39am
@Rags: Thank you very much
Great color, really stand out.
5 Feb 2008 3:56am
@ajoeh: Thank you...in my house the color is very warm and comfortable
I love this! Its full of atmosphere and I'm envious because I would never have thought of doing this!
13 Feb 2008 1:10pm
@drphoto: Thank you Dan
Funny my sons' name is Daniel (aka Dan)!!
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