Thursday, October 29, 2009

Getting the best of them....

I decided today to take some GLAMOUR SHOTS of my JUNK...in other words...

some close-ups that only show this junks' best parts.






























It is amazing what a macro lens and a bit of photo editing will do for JUNK!

31 comments:

  1. I see no junk here...just saying!!

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  2. Looks like works of art to me!

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  3. Looks like 'art' to me too! Thanks for participating this week!

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  4. loving that glorious junk - blowing those pics up and putting them in frames would make them even more glam :D

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  5. I didn't see junk either! Great pictures!

    Get R Done Friday!
    Angela

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  6. I love close up photographs, they are just stunning. Love your junk.

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  7. What junk? I don't see no stinking junk, ART my friend:) Love it!

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  8. Junk????? I think not....I love it all...Wonderful treasures...We can find them, just looking through a key hole....
    Barb C.

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  9. Love your junk and your macros! Great photos! Happy VBF!

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  10. Bee-you-tee-full shots. I'm swooning over the millinery flowers.
    xo
    Pam

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  11. It does look like art (well....I think junk is art anyway!!)
    Jane

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  12. Gorgeous shots....very creative!!!

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  13. Oh I LOVE closeup shots! Nice takes! Photo shoots end up taking FOREVER for me because I'm always zooming in for the art of it all, when I catch myself and realize I'm still in pj's and haven't had lunch yet. Doh!!

    Photo taking is just flat out fun!

    Thanks for sharing an interesting view and linking up to the party at
    http://funkyjunkinteriors.blogspot.com/2009/10/saturday-nite-special-3-anything-goes.html!

    FJ Donna

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  14. The texture,hapes, patina- the sheer lovliness of it all- great shots!!

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  15. Hi Joan
    Just stopping by to wish you a Happy Halloween. Your junk looks FABULOUS
    Rebecca

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  16. You found out my secret....close ups! ha-ha! But really when you think of it isn't that the way we look at things in person. We fall in love with the details and subtle colors of aging. Gee I wish that worked the same way with our aging faces! HA!
    Happy Halloweeeeeeen!
    Carole

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  17. Once you take a close up of something it becomes artwork. Very marketable.

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  18. Okay, I'm convinced... I must get a macro lens.

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  19. Great photos. This is a fun post. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Ooooooo! Love the chippy-loveliness of everything. I agree, the details make the piece :O)

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  21. Hi Joan...

    So happy to have you join in with the fun of Sunday Favorites again this week! What a lovely post...I love your "glamour" photos! My favorite...those fabulous old wooden shoe forms...love those! Wishing you the best on your Saturday sale, my friend and thank you again for sharing this great post with us!!!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  22. Hey Joan
    Love your Glamour Shots!!

    Been missing your blog and everyone else's this week.. too much work...

    hope you are well. xx Julie

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  23. Great photos, thanks for sharing your "junk" with us!

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  24. would you do a tutorial on closeups and subjects? FAB photos!!

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  25. I love all your "junk". Close-ups look so great and show all the great lines,chippy parts and worn areas. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. There is so much to learn about photography. Love you angles and points of view. Clever!
    Thursday Blessings ;-)

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  27. I wish I knew how to do that....No macro lens here...just point and shoot!...Great pix.

    Warm blessings,
    Spencer

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  28. Looove the photgraphs!!! Send you some bloggy love, so here it is ...MWAAHHH via Six Divided by Two.

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