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July 19, 2013 - 43 went

Weekly Challenge 6 - Yellow

When life gives you lemons...

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on Jul 21, 2013.


  • A former member

    It's 5am, been sleeping intermittently tonight though I can't say I have been shaken awake that I am aware of. I have been keeping an eye on Twitter and it looks like folks in Wellington are feeling shakes more than out here in Plimmerton. The subject of this photograph has a future involving gin and tonic. Behind the scenes footage of the making of this photograph can be found on my Flickr page here:

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  • Sian B.

    Very nice, well done. Loved your studio too :)

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  • A former member

    Better keep an eye on that 5am gin and tonic habit ;)

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  • Sarah F

    Nicely done!

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  • Lynda

    Lovely, the lemon is such a delicious colour

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  • George S.

    Enjoy the g & t!! The lemon pops out nicely

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  • Andrew T.

    Nice work on the colour pop

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  • Bryan P.

    Great technique with the lemon :)

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  • A former member

    My initial idea was to try and photograph a butane torch while holding a lump of salt in front of it to get a bright yellow frame (using tweezers not fingers) i was hoping to name it "sodium chloride". In the end i couldn't seem to pull it off, it was really hard to get a satisfactory exposure that captured both the subtle blue flame and a really bright yellow flame at the same time. so, that experiment turning out to be a bit of a lemon, I looked elsewhere for inspiration. I have seen this colour pop technique a lot in advertising and thought I would give it a go.

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