Friday, June 26, 2009

f-stop Friday - entangled


I often discover compositions during photo processing that I didn't notice or fully appreciate during shooting. This was photographed as a candid portrait. I later cropped it to become something very different.



Whether it happens before the shutter button is pressed or during processing, part of the joy of photography is making the viewer see what you see.


7 comments:

Beth@playinwiththepaulsens! said...

LOVE this one! very neat.

Do you read Miz Booshay's blog? she has been talking about hands and arms and stuff.

Tracy said...

Well, sure it's a neat picture but this CRAZY computer isn't letting me see photos at the moment, ughhhh! We have got to get us a laptop! Maybe soon....
Hope y'all have a great weekend

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Yup. It's a gift you have...photography and developing what we eventually see. Thanks for sharing. I am very much enjoying f-stop Fridays! ~Mindy

trash talk said...

Is that Kama Sutra? Just kidding, it is great!
Debbie

Beth@playinwiththepaulsens! said...

Here is the link to where she is a guess writer about photography for PIONEER WOMAN:

http://thepioneerwoman.com/photography/

and then her personal blog is:
www.booshay.blogspot.com

thedomesticfringe said...

That's a wonderful picture. I would have never seen that in the lens. You've got a very creative eye!
-Fringegirl

With Loving Stitches said...

I love accidental happenings! Love this photo.