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I was inspired by this piece by AJM Photography to capture reflections below these pencil crayons
Featured inRB Homepage – May 8, 2011Plain Backgrounds – May 2011Absolute Clarity – June 2011
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Lisa Knechtel specializes in dramatic macro works. Known for the striking use of colour and her ability to make minute detail relatable, she refers to her artistic pursuits as ‘obsession’ vs. ‘inspiration’.
Wow!!! LOVE IT!! Always wanted to shoot pencils, they’re fun! (just don’t have any at home LOL)
:) Thanks. There is something so great about newly sharpened pencil crayons. Like the best of back to school.
– Lisa Knechtel
Nice!!!! Very colourful and nice DoF.
Thank you :)
Brilliant. This is so very effective.
Thank you so much :)
both works are fabulous, Lisa … I like yours … the shallow dof is perfect and the reflections worked perfectly!!!! There’s just something about strong color on a black background that has always appealed to me!!!!!
Thank you Lois! I feel the same way. There is something so powerful about vivid colour against either white or black.
Great shot !!!
Thanks for the feedback. Have an awesome day :)
Excellent work! Please consider putting your work into the Table Top Photography Group.
HUGE congratulations! This image is so superb it has been featured in the Plain Backgrounds group! forum topic hereSally X
Thank you SO much!!! It was amazing to see my piece with the others you selected.
Great work! Congrats on your feature!
Thank you! I appreciate the encouragement.
STUNNING WORK, Lisa!!! Huge congratulations on your Homepage Feature!!!All the Colours of the Rainbow 8 May 2011
Thank you so much! I am so incredibly appreciative!
Awesome rainbow row, grats!
Thank you Terry! What a great honour!