Black Pool by khavinsky
khavinsky

Black Pool

by khavinsky in Photographic Printing

Fairly old print, not really sure what I did with this, though the size was 5" x 7" on a tin plate. I think this is the only print I have of a feather.

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  • ebilp

    ebilp

    very nice work

    Nov 6th, 2012 Reply
  • jesss33

    jesss33

    very nice shot !!

    Nov 6th, 2012 Reply
  • Joakim
  • snowmask

    snowmask

    Congratulations, khavinsky!

    On behalf of my fellow gallery moderators, I am happy to share the news that your beautiful creation was selected for the Daily Feature Award and is now in rotation on the front page of Shadowness!

    This piece can be seen under the "star" menu at the top of every page, and it will also be featured in the next issue of "Daily Inspirations"! fb.com/shadowness

    Nov 6th, 2012 Reply
  • Wroth

    Wroth

    Seems your work has not been showing up on my watch list properly.

    The color purple makes an appearance in your work quite often. It's a part of the spectrum I really only rarely venture into in my work, I don't know why that is, maybe because it's hard to use well. In your other pieces where it's there in more of a supportive role, wavering like a ghost on the periphery, bringing attention to the rest of the colors by contrast, rarely see people use it well like that.

    Jul 26th, 2011 Reply
    • khavinsky

      khavinsky

      A lot of the time colors come from what type of print I make. Though I do like stronger colors, they make the shadows easier to control for me... for many others it's a bit harder to control, considering how one dimensional they can become. I don't like yellows though, unless mixed a bunch. It's fun playing with it, nowadays it's getting hard since chemistry is no longer available.

      Jul 28th, 2011 Reply
  • snowmask

    snowmask

    I love how there is no clear distinction of what is air and what is water. Very Asian-inspired, that linear perspective.

    Jul 26th, 2011 Reply