White on White

Photography assignment: White on White.

Not as easy as it sounds. Sure, I found lots of white things around the house: light switches, ceiling fans, ceramic pitchers. But getting them to look decent in a photo was difficult. I think the lighting was my problem.

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I finally settled on the inset of our pantry door. I photographed it several times and reviewed the photos on my computer. That’s when I noticed the dirt on the door. How did it get there, all the way up near the top? I have no idea. I interrupted my photography session to clean the door. Or at least, that one part. No need to get carried away, now is there?

More photos followed; more reviews on the computer. I went back to the pantry door, this time angling my camera. I still had to adjust the angle a tiny bit with software and soften the clarity just a tad with software. This is was the photograph I thought managed to meet the White on White requirement.

 

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