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Lunchtime Abstracts

Posted on Thursday 12 July 2007

The skies in New Zealand usually have an intense blue colour. This is particularly the case in Autumn, Spring and Winter.

My lunchtime break has provided a interesting time to experiment with holding various objects up to the sky, while holding my camera (Canon G3) in the other hand and taking the photo on the macro setting. The trick is to hold the object as low as possible and hold as high as possible over the head.

I’ve found the best combinations are simple blocks of colours that either contrast or compliment the sky.

Here’s a collection of the images that I’ve taken using this technique.

The Alien With 100 Nipples
The Alien With 100 Nipples

Very Appealing
Very Appealing

Blue Days
Blue Days

Blue Sky Brushing
Blue Sky Brushing


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