Linda Hooper Photography » Abstract and Experimental Photography

Photo 52: A Play on Light | Artificial Source of Light (1 of 5)

A new month and a new light source to play with.  This month we are focusing on utilizing an artificial source of light.  My intention was to learn how to use my flash, but needless to say moving countries, returning to work and everything else that entails did not lend itself to master the flash. “Master the flash” is a far-fetched concept for me; in fact, I was not even able to figure out how to use the flash before the batteries ran out and I don’t have extras…

Instead this month is simply a photograph of a rather cool new lamp we purchased recently.

Next up in our amazingly Awesome blog circle is the ultra-talented Jill Cassara in Michigan.  Jill has recently been honored with becoming a CMPro. She has worked hard to achieve this honor, and we are proud of her!

Erica Collins - I love the warm yummy light and the beautiful pattern of shadows that your new lamp has created. Maybe I should get one too???

Erica G. - This photo is so warm and calming, with the warm tones, repetition of the pattern, the soft blur. I love how I’d never know it was a lamp if you hadn’t told me.

Kelly Patton - Very cool, Linda – what a great way to settle in to a new home!

Kim - Love the nice warm glow and intricate pattern/design.

Stacey V - Linda, I’m with you. Mastering the Flash seems about as likely as running for president at this rate. I love the lamp shot – warm and intriguing.

Julie K - Light and shadows-it doesn’t get much better than that! Beautiful colors and serene image.

Jill Cassara - WOW, I thought this was a stained glass window in a church before I read your description. This is beautiful!

Julie M - That IS a cool lamp – and an amazing shot!

Julie Mak » Photo 52/A Play on Light : Playing with Artificial Light [1] - […] Please continue around the circle and take a moment to see the creative interpretations of artificial light sources from my fellow photographers.  Next up is my friend and fellow New Yorker, the talented Linda Hooper. […]

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *



o t h e r   s t u f f