Brush, scissors and razor…

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I love playing with the idea of scale. Sometimes it can be obvious; other times more subtle.

I’ve had these beautiful forged scissors for awhile, and I finally got a chance to photograph them. I decided to have a little fun with mixing the scale and function of these vintage objects, which are connected in some ways, but not in others.

Once again, I’m taken by what is revealed when we look closely.

 

Photographer Harold Ross's Light Painted Photograph

Photograph by Harold Ross

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~ by Harold Ross on January 22, 2018.

17 Responses to “Brush, scissors and razor…”

  1. Lovely lighting!

  2. Do you offer “refresher” for previous participants?

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  3. I do like your Still Lifes, Harold

  4. Just lovely, Harold! The way you capture the patina of the metal is wonderful. So soft and so perfect. Thanks for sharing!

  5. It is wonderful I love it.

  6. Another gem. Hoping you someday offer an on line course for those of us that can’t make it to one of your workshops.

  7. Simple and beautiful. Love the similarities and contrasts of texture, materials and color.

  8. Umm, Harold. It’s Rock, Paper, Scissors.

    With that little change I think you have a whole new series to explore; literal interpretations of old bromides.

    Have fun with it.

  9. Hi Harold,

    As always expertly done with lots of details in all subjects and perfect lighting. I recommend to those who interest them selves in this kind of photography to contact Harold Ross.I did and I am satisfied in which I managed to learn for this master.

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