Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Contrast Photography


Contrast Photography


Negative



For this image, an idea had popped into my head, and I just felt like doing it. The negative would be the picture in the middle which is inverted. Originally my photo had much more in it than this, and all of the stuff on it was too much, and didn't match well at all. I think that the image is better now, but it still feels like it might be a little much. 



Contrast



This image was something I wanted to try. The contrast would be the gold and silver. I wanted to try and do something interesting with the mirror to make a really cool contrast image, and I feel that it did work. However, the masking on the reflection isn't as could as it could have been. 


3 comments:

  1. Your negative image is a bit strong I won't lie, a little too much going on, I love the idea you had going and that you ran with your creativity, thats really awesome of you. I am really feeling your contrast, the fact you went a different route and decided to do colors is really interesting. I can't even tell what it is but the colors are to divisive and strong that it makes for a really good image. You don't have a third picture and thats okay, I love the work you did do, and I know you tried.

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  2. For the negative image I think this is a really cool idea you had of inverting the middle image and making the 2 on the sides opposites as well. Maybe by leaving the pictures clear instead of blurring the two side ones would work as well since the background is already blurred, but overall a good image. I also really like the contrast idea because it is two different tones that really do go against each other.

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  3. I don't even know what it is, but I love your contrast! I like the contrast between two symbiotic colors (gold and silver) and even though you say that your reflection isn't the best, it still looks pretty good. In a reshoot I would sharpen the image and/or take in on a macro lens. I like your use of negative tones and values. The pictures truly negate each other in orientation and color, also I think it was a good decision to blur the background of the composite.

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