Monday, July 21, 2014

Embrace the Eclectic 6 - Metal, Wood a and Painting

Saturday, a day to myself. No meal preps, time to go the the Farmer's Market. Time to read, to try out different settings on my camera. Time.


DH picked up some metal/wood great junk this weekend.




Cloudy day. Lots of great texture for backgrounds. 




Setting on camera: 50 mm lens, Manual, cloud, ISO changing between 100 to 400, F5.6. What a treat to play around with settings and see different results.


The drill handle screws off - a place to store the bits.


Used a rusted galvanized oval bucket and a worn out table top as display bases. Slaw cutters and a green tin box for background plus house siding. 


Cornbread moulds - corn and perch.

Learning more all the time. 




Vintage cast metal well rusted iron rest.


A few weeks ago DH brought home this very large painting, a view from Queen Elizabeth Gardens towards the North Shore (Vancouver BC). 
Shot indoors, ISO 6400, F5.6, Manual.



Jon Giesbrecht Photopgraphy has a photo view somewhat similar to this painting, from Queen Elizabeth Park toward the North Shore (row 6, last picture).

Thanks for visiting.





10 comments:

  1. Hi Joy,

    Oh, I love your blue painting. Isn’t it fun finding blue?

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  2. CLEARLY you are having fun lately between camera, vignettes etc! :) I enjoyed the last round and this is very lovely as well! :)

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  3. Such intriguing old tools! Your photos are just awesome.

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  4. So much fun to see the beautiful results when you experiment with your camera. I need to make some time to learn 'manual'. Love the rustic stuff ... DH is a good shopper.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  5. I love the tools and the cornbread molds. The photos are gorgeous!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  6. I need to experiment with my camera more. My hubs would love that tool. Those cornbread molds would be put to good use in my kitchen. Love your finds!

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  7. That drill tool thingie is neat. I love old tools. Thanks for sharing. Hello from Flaunt it Friday.

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  8. Your photography is really growing strong! I will need to refer back to these posts with setting info when I get a better camera. Love the drill in the wood box...Thanks for sharing at Revisionary Life Thrifty Life Thursday Link Party!

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  9. Great photos! Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream's City of Links on Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week :)

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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