Today I want to expand on an image I presented in my last post, showing how quickly the light can change and, more importantly, how it can change the impact of what is seen, at least for me 😊
The time stamp shown via my screen shots from my photo files shows all 3 of the above pics captured within only 3 minute!
I was really disappointed til I got the idea maybe it’d be good to show this – the quickness of the light, and the varying visual impact 😊
There’s something to be said, in terms of mood and attractiveness, about each of the 3 presentations, especially using different colors and texture; but for now, my current preference is definitely for learning to apply (paint) with more of the dappled look.
In the 2000s, in oil, I did paint a few works in what I have in mind, and looking back at them now (the one with the white kitty is always in or near our dining area), I realize now why folks seem to like these so much!
I’ll have more images of how the light changes next post, but for now, I’ll finish with a gorgeous photo of the light and a lady & her dog who graciously posed for me to get this shot – my sincere thanks! ❤️
Next post I’ll have a couple more examples of the dappled light disappearing (or appearing) & the difference it makes, plus another sample of one of my original oils that also more or less accidentally, or at least not consciously, captured a moment in oil of dappled light ♥️
Stay creative everyone – keep learning! It Sure helps me!
Even at 70! 😊 💕
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