Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Everyday art

For some reason, this particular picture is very dear to me. Once, while searching for subjects, I decided to try and shoot everyday things in my apartment, and was very pleased at how this particular shot turned out. I hope you like it as much as I do. I was going through a weird "border" phase at that time. If you don't like the presentation, do let me know.



9 Comments:

At 7:28 AM, Blogger mystic chick said...

It is the clarity and the bright colors that does the magic, methinks. Nice. :)

 
At 8:42 AM, Blogger m. said...

oh! lovely... you should keep that safely - 10 years from now, those plastic clips are going to become a relic of bygone times :)

 
At 2:27 PM, Blogger GettingThere said...

I don't know why - but I like the picture. Even though the fifth pin from the right is driving me crazy with the way it is slightly askew :P

 
At 9:07 PM, Blogger jade said...

nice pic again:) looks like the last two are away from the family of clips , getting some privacy :D and one is trying to peep..
ok said what i felt like saying...:) thats all:)

 
At 10:42 AM, Blogger Anurag said...

mystic chick: Welcome, and thanks.

m.: That's a thought. The same way that aluminium teapots are so 20th century?

gettingthere: The clip, I think, is alright. It's just a weird angle to look at it. I know, since I would have thrown out the skewed clips. Yes, so sue me if I am finicky. :)

jade: That's a good way to look at it. :)

 
At 7:05 PM, Blogger Brewtus said...

Brilliant!

 
At 6:12 AM, Blogger Mint Chutney said...

I love the brillant simplicity of the object. I also think the black border is a good choice.

Lovely as always Anurag.

P.S. If you and Gina ever come back to visit Evanston I want to host a dinner party so she can use some of her famous icebreakers.

 
At 9:56 PM, Blogger Anurag said...

Brewtus: Thanks.

Mint C: I am a firm believer of instant gratification. Here is my offer. You send me some money to buy a nice dinner by PayPal, and I will send you a list of ice-breaker questionnaire by Gina. :)

 
At 4:10 AM, Blogger Senthil said...

Aha. Now I know waht you meant when you said that a shallow depth of field does give an impression of depth... fandoo pic. And I am partial to black border, but the white outlines somehow do not work... they detract from the simplicity of the pic...

 

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