It is all about what I enjoy doing…
Wow, no kidding! Like the composition very much, but what are we looking at?
Amazing … I see both liquid reflections (and all their uncertainty) and sold sculpture (and all its certainty). Wonderful piece, Sonali.
Thank you very much Richard.
Very Minimal and strangely beautiful.
Thank you :)!
Very! What media is this?
It is a photograph of a very tiny sculpture. Somehow it looks fluid.
Any digital filtering? I like it — don’t get me wrong, but all I see is gray pixels with no detail… I thought this was purely digital art. I would never have guessed it was a photo! 🙂
Hi Zorgor, do not worry, I am open to criticism, analysis,views,ideas :)! It keeps me thinking too. I took the photograph,converted it into monochrome and increased the shadow. Frankly, I do not remember or keep track of what I have done. As I am not used to Photoshop, I use various other softwares available online. But basically I use, highlight,shadow,contrast and sharpen. And yes,sometime texturing. And when I arrive at the image I like,I Stop. I really like this image as it is more like a painting. I like the fluidity of the lines and one very tiny dot at the end. I am happy that you like it too :)!
That answers my question. 🙂 It did come out really well. IMO the best thing about minimalism is how thought-provoking it can be. Hmm, perhaps that’s how I judge minimalism… Anyway, yes, this is very thought-provoking! Well done!
What is it a tiny statue of? 🙂 It’d be interesting to know what you started with.
It is a very tiny White marble bottle like shape. Typical indian shape.
Firs,I thought of titling it “oblivion” ,because somehow it seems to melt into darkness.
Ah, yes that would be an excellent title!
:)! How about infinity?
Also a good name.
I’ve done something like this – which I don’t think I’ve yet posted >>> but your image is wonderful! you can’t get much more Minimalist than this!
And I think you need some courage and self-assurance to post something like this – good for you, Sonali! Keep on keeping on, let’s have more way out ideas! I admire your photography. Adrian
Thanks Adrian. I have slowly gathered courage to post some “way out ideas” as you say. I use this blog to post such experiments. On other sites, I am boringly routine.
My exhibition, 2 days away now,is going to be away from routine. I am not sure how it is going to be accepted, as people here are not exposed to my “way out ideas”.:)! By the way, I like this term!
To me it looks like a reflection on water.
‘Way out ideas’ – yes please! Exploring the fringes is a fine way to explore the fringes – of both capability and acceptability?
Thanks :)! Perfectly said exploring fringes of capability and acceptibility! I would love to explore fringes of my creativity, challenge my vision in a way,experiment with it.
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