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#Closer&Closer week 25 – Pathways

‘Pathways’ is this weeks #Closer&Closer entry into the photography project. If you like something from my photography work from the Closer&Closer project or the recent Urban Geometry or Animal Portraits one, then please do check out the shop on how to purchase your own print so you can own a limited Ansgar Artwork piece!

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Ansgar

Pathways

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The Grid

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Ansgar

Ansgar Artwork - www.ansgar.nl - The Grid.jpg

The Line

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Ansgar

The Line

#Closer&Closer week 14 – The Mailbox

For this weeks Closer & Closer entry in the project I went outside and searched for some interesting items to capture in black and white. What do you think of this weeks photo?

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Ansgar

14.0 Ansgar Artwork Closer and Closer photography project - The Mailbox.jpg

#Closer&Closer week 11 – Marching

Week 11 already, so time for this weeks Closer & Closer photo! Can you guess what the object is that I photographed? I can give you 1 hint, it is used in the kitchen 🙂

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Ansgar

11.0 Ansgar Artwork Photography Project Closer and Closer 2017 -Marching.jpg

#Closer&Closer week 7 – Puzzled

This weeks Closer & Closer object for the photography project as you can see below is a wooden puzzle. Another kind of texture I wanted to capture in this series. The wood and black background work very well don’t you think?

7.0 Ansgar Artwork Photography Project Closer and Closer 2017 - puzzled.jpg

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Ansgar

#Closer&Closer week 5 – The Egg

The Egg

The entry for week 5 in the Closer & Closer project was a bit of a challenge to me. Just as last week I looked around the kitchen for every day / normal objects. Preferred to be round due to the round shadow play from last week with the apples I wanted to try photographing some more round shapes. And then I noticed a box of eggs sitting on the kitchen counter…

Ok. Got an object with round shapes to it and an other texture then the apple. So, that is decided. This week is going to be an egg. But, again that challenge, how to make it interesting? How to capture the character of the egg? A small feather was caught in the box before transporting it to the supermarket and an idea grew inside my head. But I needed some more of the feathers. So back to the supermarket and looking through some more boxes for feathers. People must have thought I was going crazy. The things I do for a photo…

After my mission was accomplished it was back into the photo studio with the egg and the collected little feathers. White background did not work so switching very quickly to black for a more dramatic feel to it. And wanting to photograph an egg standing is also a challenge can tell you that!  It took me some time and I played around with the lights to create the texture I was looking for, to make the egg stand out with its sharp shape but to also not loose the soft feeling of the feathers. Very pleased with the end result. What do you think?

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Ansgar