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Registered: November 2004
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Date: Sat June 4, 2011
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A splendid studio photo. perfect details and a very expert use of light .
#1 Sat June 4, 2011 9:04am

Thanks, Roberto!
#2 Sat June 4, 2011 9:51am

Excellent shot.Thumbs Up!
Sharing is best way to learn
#3 Sat June 4, 2011 11:48am

angela taylor
I like the componet's of this shot,the lighting is superb ,one fantastic image. Ange
love your self
#4 Sat June 4, 2011 12:02pm

I agree with angela beautiful.
#5 Sat June 4, 2011 12:12pm

Thanks, jaycsa, angela and jamest!!
#6 Sat June 4, 2011 12:39pm

Very much like the symbolism depicted by the photo. The camera being the means of photography, the bread being the product, and the knife being the editor. An excellent thoughtful composition. What intrigues me most about it is how you angled the mirror behind the scene when you arranged the scene's elements. As has been already noted the light management is exceptional. But, more than that the lighting is as much an element of the capture as it is of the scene. What is particularly interesting to me is that the shadow falls on the back side of the camera as depicted in the mirrored reflection as well as on the front side of the camera immediately in the photo's foreground. With the camera lighted on top it seems the light reflected in the mirror is only one of many members of the staged scene. The actual light on the camera is above and out of sight, seems to me. Very nice how you softened the light tone on the bread while leaving it bright on the camera. It seems to me that your photograph is a fine representation of your mastery of staging as well as photographic technique. Clearly your mastery is not simply limited to mastering just the camera. It is a mastering of a great deal more. Exceptional skill and creative vision is seen here.
#7 Sun June 5, 2011 3:45am

Thanks, Bob! You are great master and some of your doubts are because it was made from two separate shots because my mirror was too little and lighting was controlled by PS...
#8 Sun June 5, 2011 8:34am

this is really most compelling bite,photography is here to offer a story more than master both!i'm more soul showing us the point of whole.
my respect,breathtaking.if one taken to universe?we have a match.
#9 Tue June 14, 2011 11:31pm

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