Create interest and texture with a collection of everyday and vintage bathroom items. This Victorian Gothic wall cabinet is filled with vintage cosmetic jars, ivory grooming implements, shells, sponges, towels and soaps. “If you have glass-fronted shelves, use it as an opportunity not just for storage but for display of interesting objects,” says author Susan Sully. Sully also recommends painting the back of a cabinet a dark color to make light objects really stand out.
Having a nice backdrop for your product shots really add interest to your product. I still prefer keeping it simple by using my trusty Granite Tile and my DIY Wood Table but I wanted to see what other everyday items I can use for backdrops in my photography. The general setup: I wanted to make this tutorial [...]
'The take something everyday, and make it interesting project.' For my everyday object I chose Charcoal. Charcoal is a very mundane object, however, you can use it to make some very interesting art work. #documentary #art #charcoal
"USING EVERYDAY OBJECTS FOR MAKING OUTSTANDING BACKDROPS" By: Laya Gerlock This piece features a little diy for interesting backdrops. She takes everyday objects and places them in front of her lights to create varies patterns and moods.
<b>These handy little things are all things you probably own already.</b> I know this is a topic usually reserved for moms on Pinterest, but seriously — who has time to properly iron a shirt or clean a toilet?