Here are a few more variations for coffee time. These were framed in square shadow boxes offering a different feel and flavor to your morning brew. Thee also were shot in natural light against a black backdrop. The early morning sun coming at a low side angle provided a beautiful source for lighting. I am sipping on a mug of joe right now that tastes as good as this looks. Enjoy.
Coffee Time. Here are two more images that I did for the coffee shop. They were print, framed and look great. Capturing the steam was a real challenge. Take a shot at it yourself and tell me what you think. I'd like to hear what you learned about it, what pointers you may have and general advice for the next time.
By the way, these were shot in ambient light only. Good Luck.
I've been working of printing and framing some pieces for sale in a boutique. I've had a hard time selecting images that appeal to me and should appeal to customers. It is so fickle between personal taste and business sense. But people love what people love... I'm looking at diversifying the offering to cover the masses. fingers crossed. In the meantime, here is a refreshed version of a previous post.
This is my near daily photography web log. I got interested in photography in high school and have been taking shots ever since. I am still developing techniques and honing my eye. I tend to gravitate toward macro shots, small subjects and low perspective. Have fun digging through the blog and looking at old posts. You will see that I have worked through different processing, framing and display techniques along the way. It's all in an effort to learn something new. All of these photos were taken with minimal equipment and consumer level cameras. You can do any of this with your camera too. Thanks for stopping by. Leave a comment or ask a question. Let's learn this stuff together.
50mm f1.8 ***
28-135mm f3.5 IS USM
Jason Sparks Photo Communique Copyright 2009 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED