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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

A Daisy a Day Dear♥

Playing with the camera

My friend +Alice Hendon from The Creator's Leaf, who is also a photographer, shared some photo tips with me yesterday.
 I have always just taken my art photo's on my desk.....not the best place i found out.
 So i tried a little table under my window....
 I think they are much brighter...
 I even used my daughters camera instead of mine....she took my better camera with her on a school trip.
She went with the Horticultural Society to the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls (CDN).
 I guess i should have painted a butterfly today...LOL....well there is one on the inside of the page.


BTW
i completed round #2 of Lesson#1
I will be posting my progress later today i hope...
pop on over if you'd like.

CLASSROOM 2013

I'm checking in with A.P.R......and P.P.F.pop on over and visit... :)

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31 comments:

  1. Photographing artwork is a real art form... and they do look brighter... I chase the sun all over the house in search of good light... think it is part of the fun...xx

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    1. LOL.....thats funny, so one could say you are a "sun catcher"...lol

      blessings,
      C3

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  2. I seem to have missed so much of your work lately but I'm trying to catch up ;D
    Your Daisy's are just gorgeous Cynthia, so feminine and delicate.
    I know Alice is a brilliant photographer and as you can see from your photo she knows a thing or two. They look great!
    Don't you just love to learn something new every day...I know I do :D
    xoxo

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    1. Thanks Neesie....i so love something new every day.... :)

      blessings,
      C♥

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  3. Hahaha! I love neesie's comment - she is an excellent photographer herself :)

    Your drawing is beautiful! I really like the journal shape, too, it makes your flowers really stand out. And the details photos are a really nice touch :)

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    1. LOL.....Thanks Alice, and thanks for the photo tips....whew!

      blessings,
      C♥

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  4. Great colors! The photos and art turned out beautifully!

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    1. thanks....happy creating!

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  6. Beautiful daisies!
    Yes, photographing art is an art in itself. :)
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  7. such gorgeosity!! I have been experimenting a bit with my photos, too, and I appreciate learning from you and Alice today!!

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    1. Thanks Currie.....glad we could help :)....LOL

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  8. loving your gorgeous flowers. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. thanks Annette, they are fun to paint :)

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  9. Really pretty and delicate. Colors are lovely. Happy PPF

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    1. Thanks Corrine, how sweet of you to say.....i do love soft colours....

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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    1. thanks Christine....happy creating

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  11. Lovely flowers and I love the shape of your page. I too chase the sun and have even taken my work outside on dull days.

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    1. thanks Sharon.....who knew creating involved chasing the sun....LOL

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  12. I love daisies one of my favs! So hard to get a good shot. I struggle all the time!!

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    1. thanks for stopping by....happy creating

      blessings,
      Cynthia ♥

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  13. Lovely work. you have painted the daisies beautifully:) I often take photographs in different parts of the house to see which comes out the best!

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    1. thank you, i have just discovered i enjoy painting daisies :)

      blessings,
      cynthia♥

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  14. So lovely!! I'm such a night hawk that I put them in a digital program and lighten them when needed!! The artwork is so beautiful that I doubt you can ruin your photos!!

    Hugs Giggles

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    1. Aww sweet of you to say, thanks Giggles....hehehe

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  15. Cynthia, your flowers are so gorgeous. I notice that putting the art next to the window does make a brighter photo, but you have to watch for the shadow of your hand and camera!

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    1. Thanks Faye.....I had to keep fighting with the darn camera strap too.....LOL

      blessings,
      Cynthia♥

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  16. Your daisies are beautiful! HPPF!

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