Thursday, December 3, 2009

Teach to learn







One of the nice things about teaching at Sheridan is getting the help of capable students. I took my jugs into school yesterday and heralded the help of Marcelina Salazar a third year graduating student. Marcelina pulled out all the stops with double screens top and side, polarizing screen, etc, etc but still that shiny shino held it's ground. I think some of the nicest shots from that session were the macro shots. They are like little abstract paintings.

5 comments:

Judy Shreve said...

That is a beautiful jug!!

Vicki Hamilton said...

Wow! Thanks for the eye candy. The macro shots are extraordinary.

Anonymous said...

FYI


Shadows , highlights, are an IMPORTANT part of any product photo, it adds dimension, without them your product would look flat and dead. Trying to eliminate them totally is folly!
Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Your close up images are very good , even within the glaze application, there are reflection highlights that enhance the "look" of the glaze.
Imagine it without those highlights! So, Ask yourself why you put spotlights on your pots when you display them????????

I always loved your pots....

createniks said...

Yes those macro shots are beautiful.