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We have some interesting artifacts on display around the house. This copper pot is used for heating water on an old iron stove … but we have it on display.
Today I put it in the sunlight of the kitchen window. The shot was good, but slightly high-key, so I over-layed with a rock-texture photographed down the hill … and this was the result!

Camera: Canon 50D
Post-Production: Photoshop CS5

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texture, rock, stone, copper, pot, kettle, orange, brown, tan, ezcreate

Stephen is a semi-professional photographer based in Adelaide, South Australia. He shoots a wide range of subjects from macros to landscapes to portraits.
Stephen enjoys capturing images of the world as he sees it, travelling as far as Kangaroo Island and New Zealand to find and photograph.
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  • Robin Webster
    Robin Websteralmost 3 years ago

    Awesome work Steven! I love the way this turned out! A great creative idea to save a too hight key image! Well done! Beautiful rich tones and textures! Fave!

  • Thanks Robin! It worked so well that I plan more shots like this with many other rustic momento’s.

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • MarieG
    MarieGalmost 3 years ago

    Gorgeous, very well done!

  • Thanks Marie, glad you like my work!

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • SandraRos
    SandraRosalmost 3 years ago

  • Thanks Sandra!

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonalmost 3 years ago

    Very nicely captured!

  • Thanks Wendi.

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroalmost 3 years ago
  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellalmost 3 years ago

    Thanks Maria. I only just noticed your message … so I have entered just in time!

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