Tag: close up

Shades of Green Glass

Shades of Green Glass

Nature, Photography March 3, 2019

Lately, I’ve enjoyed macro photography of items around the house – like this large chunk of green glass. Positioned on the floor to glow in the morning sun, this picture has now been added to my gallery at Fine Art America.

If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, several different types are available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.

Still Life Glass Bottle Bottom

Still Life Glass Bottle Bottom

Photography, Structures February 25, 2019

This still life macro photography features the interesting details on the bottom of an old glass bottle. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to see a variety of print types available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic. Perfect for a wall in your kitchen or dining room, either at home or work!

See Through Glasses

See Through Glasses

Photography, Structures February 21, 2019

Featured is an enhanced close-up photograph of several clear-glass goblets with reflections, on a gold cloth. This still life scene is available in my gallery at Fine Art America. If you’d be interested in a print, there’s a wide variety of options – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic. Check it out.

Hope to see you soon!

Bottom of A Bottle

Bottom of A Bottle

Photography, Structures February 18, 2019

This close-up photograph features the bottom of an old bottle with many air bubble imperfections, and embossed lettering Cantrell & Cochrane. I think that it once contained mineral water, ginger ale, seltzer water or medicated aerated water.

Interested in a print for your home? If so, visit my gallery at Fine Art America.

Macro Glass Reflections

Macro Glass Reflections

Nature, Photography February 14, 2019

With macro photography, details make all the difference. Case in point, this “Macro Glass Reflections” close-up, in contrast to my earlier Fractured Glass blog entry (photographed yesterday).

Although my idea of using a large chunk of green glass as subject matter was a worthy consideration, the earlier image was photographed from a hand-held perspective. Today, however, the camera was placed on an immovable surface. The resultant clarity through minimizing movement accounted for a substantial difference in picture quality.

As regards lighting, the earlier photograph was taken yesterday afternoon, after the sunlight had moved beyond my window. Today’s “Macro Glass Reflections” picture, however, was photographed this morning as the sunlight beamed directly through my window and onto the glass. This adjustment certainly contributed to the improved definition and vibrant colors present.

Guests are encouraged to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to ascertain whether a particular print type may appeal as a new addition to one’s home decor.

Cast Iron Fractal

Cast Iron Fractal

Structures, Surreal October 30, 2018

This three dimensional digital artwork features a macro perspective of an extruded fractal design with cast iron texture and an embedded sphere. I used Bryce and Adobe Photoshop to create this image, now available on a variety of cool products in my galleries at Redbubble and Pixels.

Stop by for a visit and check it out!