Rainy Day Mug
by DirtKicker Pottery
I originally started with bringing fresh flowers into my photos. Flowers always lift my mood, so every making cycle had to include a vase or two. Then last year we went to Sand Harbor Beach at Lake Tahoe a lot. One visit I found a piece of drift wood that I really wanted use in making a sign for my pottery studio. That piece was so rustic and wonderful I decided to set a mug on and snap a few shots. Sure enough.. I loved the results. I'm not sure if other people love it, but who cares, i love it.
Country Style Rice Bowls
Taking pottery shots outside in natural light is my favorite, but the lighting has to be perfect and lugging pots outside is a pain. Also too much messing around with the camera settings. So I decided to bring some beautiful rocks into my photo cube. My pottery got to hike and hang out on some cool Lake Tahoe rocks. I love the results. Again, not for everyone, but it works for me.
Rustic Garden Mug
All designs, photos and content herein are owned by and ©copyright Cindy Gilliland 2012.