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Floating World

This weekend I decided to try taking my own digital, professional quality images using my little camera - and I think I succeeded. If I can manage to do this, I will save myself lots of $$. Photography expenses can be enormous, but if you have the right light set up and a copy of Photoshop, it is possible.

This is a relatively new piece, part of a diptych. I like the use of white and all the little speckles of paint - I embrace the floating world.


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