The latest assignment in BeStill 52 was to shoot a backlit image of a chair in front of a window. I was stymied at first, because our windows are all tinted here to protect us from the Arizona sun, creating a difficult lighting situation for photography. Then I remembered the frosted front door window, which has un-frosted portions, letting in a bit of natural light.
Both images are textured with Kim Klassen’s anna texture for Texture Tuesday.
8 thoughts on “A Chair by the Door”
You solved your problem perfectly! I’m going to try and email you some thoughts on this.
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An assignment well done. I also love the basket with the pine cones.
Beautiful light! I wish you could ship some of that Arizona sun to Ohio. 🙂 The chair and pine cones are perfectly placed, love the depth of field.
So lovely – I love the warm tones in your image.
I’m always drawn to pine cones, and I love them sitting on the chair with the door and decoration blurry in the background – so pretty!
Turned out beautifully, Melinda.
What a terrific result!