Tuesday, September 25, 2012

More photo practice

  Changes coming to the sewing space, so it is a total disaster.  It has been a long couple of days in there.  I will share the new arrangement  later this week.
     I did get outside for just a while ---needed some fresh air and to take some more photos  for practice.
    This time I used the 3-D bow tie quilt.  It is very scrappy.  So first, it is laid out on the lawn.  I am happy with the angle shot.
     Then I threw it over the stone wall by the workshop.  I liked this shot just for the contrast in the angles of the quilt blocks against the stone wall.








  Then  around the side of the shop with a little more sun.....I love this view.  It makes me want to have a picnic basket lunch out here.












   Final shot....a close up of a corner.  And a closer look at the variety of quilting stitches I used in the centers.  This is the part I need to work on.....getting better photos of the quilting.
   I took about 25 shots and these are the 4 I liked best.  So lesson learned:   lots and lots of photos  improve my chances of getting a good one  out of the bunch.

   The Bloggers' Quilt Festival for Fall is coming up in October.....think about entering.  Happy stitching.
   

7 comments:

  1. It's a lovely fun quilt and I like the shots from different angles -- it's like a magazine spread!

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  2. Oooo.... you're making changes in your studio? Can't wait to see what you've been up to...

    Love the photos... you're doing good!

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  3. Love the way you took the photo's. I was at Mom's over the weekend and she showed me a 3 D-Bow Tie Quilt she had made recently, I have a picture but she had not completed the quilting yet.I will post it soon. I love all your quilts!

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  4. Have never heard of a 3 D Bow Tie Quilt until today. VERY NICE!

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  5. How fun! I especially like the angle shots.

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  6. YOur doing great with the photos. I especially like the first one laid out on the lawn. It seems to be placed just perfect & in the right light to bring out all those wonderful colors in the quilt.

    I can't wait to see what you've done with the sewing room. Change is always a a good thing to get us out of a rut.

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  7. Great pictures Debbie!! Glad my photography tutorial inspired you to give it a try.

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