6KCBWDAY3 (Wednesday 13th May): Experimental Photography And Image Handling For Bloggers.
13 May 2015 by Lise Mendel
Today’s assignment was to photograph my knitting in a different way. As it happened, I was down in the US Botanical Garden with a WIP and an FO today.
Here are the TARDIS socks in progress, taken with some Iris outside the conservatory building. I love the blues and purples, and I also love how much richer the socks look in natural sunlight.
This is the Seaglass tote. The picture was taken inside the conservatory, but also in natural light as it’s basically one huge greenhouse. I love how the division betweent he green and aqua is clearly visible here, as well as how the succulents seem to glow with their own light.
I published this one before, but I couldn’t resist bringing it up again. It’s the Belle Green Shawl as I’m knitting the stockinette portion. This is two pictures of the same piece, taken while driving through an underpass. You can really see how this yarn fluoresces in the sunlight.
This has been a fun exercise, and a good reminder that I should photograph my knitting in sunlight more often.