Get Pushed Lamb

Northy @northy challenged me to incorporate tin foil into my photography and I chose to crinkle it up and use it as a background. I experimented using low light and long exposure early in the morning (my favourite), low key (didn't get the result I wanted), and this high key type shot - which is not bad.
Thank you, Northy, for introducing me to a concept I would not have thought of on my own! Will keep this in the back of my mind for future reference (and I still want to get the low key right yet).
Here is the last one of my tin foil shots, Northy! @northy
Thanks for the challenge - it was lots of fun to do (and as a bonus it drove my hubby nuts to see the tin foil taped to the sidetable for two days - lol!)
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Awww! Love that sweet face!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
that goofy smile makes it
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Sweet capture. The foil really works well.
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Well that works beautifull, would never have guessed!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Love your lamb!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
i like this a lot.
posted December 4th, 2017  
Not only does the lamb look incredible soft, I like how the entire image feel soft. Wonderful photo!
posted December 5th, 2017  
Aww...super sweet image. I’ve been wanting to try the crinkled foil background idea. Worked beautifully for this shot. :-)
posted December 8th, 2017  
love it
posted December 8th, 2017  
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