I - Inion by granagringa

I - Inion

Vocab lesson: I - Inion: the back of the head; more specifically the occipital protuberance of the skull...or, that curvy, bumpy part at the back and base of the head. (In-e-on)
I was going for a bit of backlight and rim-light.
Learnt a new word today, I hope I can remember it though. Nicely visualised.
March 29th, 2018  
Never heard of that word - a bit too like onion for my thinking!
March 29th, 2018  
A new word for me too. Very creative to use it in your project. the rim lighting is very effective.
March 30th, 2018  
LOL - At first I thought you were being rude about the shape of this perfectly nice head!! I've not met the words Rim-light before but this is such a good shot that it explains it perfectly. :)
March 30th, 2018  
Now l have learned something
April 7th, 2018  
@overalvandaan @overalvandaan @maggiemae @helenhall @robz @bkbinthecity Belated thanks for your comments on my I-Inion (pronounced in-e-on) shot (hubby's head)....fun to stretch the vocab and do the unexpected.
April 10th, 2018  
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