Going Higher ©Steve Chong

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Going Higher

Camera: Canon EOS/1V
Lens: Tamron SP90mm
Film: ASA100
Aperture: F3.5
Shutter: 1s
Filter: Polarizing Filter, Kenko 85
Light: Natural Light from window
Everything in this shot was planed deliberately. The folds on the background and foreground demand the highest attention. In order to get the "right" folds at the respective places, I have to stroke, rub, re-adjust and not to mention blowing air on them. The objective is to create the sort of drama at the foreground and background, particularly on the foreground where they were use to lead the vision the subjects. The fabric at the foreground was silk and normal cotton for the background. To create the sepia look I have chosen a warm filter. The flare and reflections on the apples are eliminated by the use of a polarizing filter. It has also enhanced the colors on the apples.

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