Light and Shadow

Today’s task was light and shadow. I had such an inspired time engaging with the light, variety of objects, and colored paper. I was amazed by the range of stunning images I can create in two meters square space, just through using this technique, and most of all, imagination.

I chose the following objects, a cutlery basket, lino printing tools, a small storage jar, a crystal lid from a decanter, a bonsai tree, and a range of colorful paper, plus an essential torch. And as I learned today, that is all you need! It made me realize how limitless we are in expressing ourselves as artists.

Drawing on this experience, I am more than excited about the upcoming weekly task. Let the inventiveness begin!

Published by Elzbieta Skorska

My name is Elzbieta Skorska. I am a second-year photography student degree at MMU.

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