Look close - Fork shadow under a spoon by Doty

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A spoon with a fork shadow.
This photo had NO MANIPULATION done to it, except I did crop it. What you see is what the camera saw. (OK maybe the camera saw this because I did something special with the lighting. lol)

This photo won 1st place in “Art & Collectables Sales” Group in the “Things that make you go hmmmmmmm” Challenge (8-16-11)

This photo won 1st place in “You got it, We want it” Spoon Challenge. (2-16-11)

Placed 3rd in “The World as we see it, or as we missed it” Group in “Simplicity” Challenge (4-30-11)

Placed 6th Place in the “Shapes & Patterns” Group in the “Spoons” Challenge (8-22-11)

Placed in Top Ten in “Addicted Photographer” Group in the “Main Group photography” Challenge (4-27-11)

Placed 10th place in “Artist Universe” Group in the "HIDDEN MEANING or WHAT LIES BENEATH?: Challenge. (8-16-11)

This photograph is featured 7 times :
– “The World as we seen it, or as we missed it”(4-30-11)
– “Visual Puzzles – Fun and Games through Art” (2-18-11)
– “The World as we seen it, or as we missed it”(3-14-11)
– “It’s in the Detail”(3-2-11)
– “JPG Cast-off” (4-7-11)
– “The World as we seen it, or as we missed it”(8-8-11)
-“The Beginner’s Corner” Group (8-15-11)

As of 9-19-11 this has been viewed 289 times.

Taken with Canon Rebel Camera


fork, spoon, untensil, magic, shadow, still life, unique

-Best of Show Winner:Dixon May Fair, CA
-Chosen Featured Member of:
“A diiferent Perspective” Group (9-13-11)
-Chosen “Featured Woman Photographer of the Month” in
the “Featured Women Phoograhers” Group (For month
of November, 2011)

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  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonover 3 years ago

    Awesome work!!!!! Pray tell, how did you do it? :))) I know you can’t give away your tricks LOL

  • Thank you. I learned this and other tips and most wonderful ideas from AJM Photography. Check out the message below this one. Click on the link “AJM Photography.” He is amazing photographer. He shares how it does his shots. It is probable best to get it from the best. :) Let me know if you have anymore questions. Doty

    – Doty

  • AJM Photography
    AJM Photographyover 3 years ago

    Nicely done – it came out well!

  • Thank you so much for all your help. You are amazing artist. I love your work and I am blessed to be learning from you.

    – Doty

  • MarieG
    MarieGover 3 years ago

    Love this picture…very creative! An instant fav!

  • Thank you very much.

    – Doty

  • Cindy Schnackel
    Cindy Schnackelover 3 years ago

    Very clever and well done! Congrat’s on your spoon challenge win!

  • I didn’t know….thanks.

    – Doty

  • RainbowWomanTas
    RainbowWomanTasover 3 years ago

    Well done on your challenge win. Very interesting piece.

  • Thanks

    – Doty

  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellover 3 years ago

    I was surprised to see two of the same shots in this challenge until I read JHR’s description and acknowledgement that the idea has been around from some famous photographer, both yours and his and the original are very cleaver.

  • Thank you. Yes, he is the one that taught me how it was done. He is a great photographer.

    – Doty

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonover 3 years ago

    February 17,2011, Congratulations, your voucher has been requested.

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your Challenge Win!! Very excellent entry!! Gena

  • Thank you.

    – Doty

  • Elaine Bawden
    Elaine Bawdenover 3 years ago

    Awesomeness!!! :))))

  • Thanks!

    – Doty

  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphtoover 3 years ago

    That is so cool :-)

  • Thank you so much.

    – Doty

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