Bear's Chair

Posted by
AG (London, United Kingdom) on 6 August 2008 in Art & Design.

Whether it be with a bear or anything else, I do find that having access to ‘props’ can make for a more interesting shoot. Earlier this week, I was using a discarded rose . . some time ago, I came across a forgotten-but-perfect orange and the River is given to washing up interesting stuff, at times.

These props are like a model in some ways . . but one that does not answer back nor charge by the hour. Never sure what the bear is really thinking, though, and the price of honey has soared this week.

Thanks for visiting, All.

- AG

RICOH Caplio GX100 1/60 second F/4.4 ISO 100 9 mm

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RICOH Caplio GX100
1/60 second
F/4.4
ISO 100
9 mm