Gamling impliments


posted on 1st of february, 2008

My latest and my first real series of work is all based on gambling items. I've been working on cards and poker chips and dice. I've been doing it about an hour a night for maybe a week and a half. Last night I got into a problem with inspiration. I have to ask myself how much more I can do with this. As well as what can I do next.

I am only starting out as a stock photographer. I sold my first picture on this site, here it is.

I hope to sell many more, to help justify buyinng more equipment :). I doubt it but I'll have fun with it for now

Comments (2)

Posted by Crosschk on February 01, 2008
Thanx, I have more with the green background, some are waiting for approval
Posted by Niagaragirl on February 01, 2008
I really like ths one - 4124417.
I would try a few more on the green background like the one vertical you have. Maybe do some blocking with black cards to cause shadows for some dramatic lighting. Good luck!



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Should I do more, or is the subject exhausted


posted on 4th of february, 2008

When I started doing this, 3 whole weeks ago. I was able to take pictures of dice and playing cards and poker chips in different arrangements. I was excited that these we accepted. My big question is how much is too much? how do you know when you've done enough.

Comments (1)

Posted by Kenneystudios on February 05, 2008
No subject is ever completely exhausted so long as there is a creative mind looking at it.



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