Sunday, November 13, 2011

I heart macro: Noodle edition


One day, I took a notion to practice my "macro."  I decided that any subject would do.  I saw my jars of pasta noodles on the cabinet, grabbed them and headed to the deck to see what I could do with these!


Turns out, quite a bit...



#21:  "Bow Tie Event"






First, there were the super-macro 
shots of noodles...  
Followed by some more "reflective" images:






And before it was over with, 
things started getting creative!






Anybody hungry yet?




After you fix yourself a nice plate of pasta, be sure to visit the other macro-photographers over at Studio Waterstone:


Hope you have a great day!  --Sharyl

P.S. Can't help but share my excitement...I just opened shop this weekend!   Still loading jewelry, but please have a peek in the window if you have time!  


If you click on the photos, you'll see my macro put to work!  Thanks to everyone!

16 comments:

Jenni said...

Hi Sharyl...what an innovative idea...macro pasta! Love it.
Thank you also for stopping by my blog...I love I Heart Macro..and all the nice people I have met through it.
Have a great week.
Jenni

Pieces of Sunshine said...

I love your "Bow Tie Event" and the warmth of your 6th photo. Looks like you really had some fun here.

Nadege, said...

These are great shots. Very creative.

Tina´s PicStory said...

super! i love this serie :)

Carole Meisenhelter said...

great creative shots; well done. Good luck with your shop.

stregajewellry said...

Well,thanks a lot, Sharyl. Now I am starving and it's early morning. I was going to have chili for lunch but your bow tie event gave me a craving for red pepper chicken and pasta. I stopped by your Artfire studio and it looks like you are off to a great start! When you get around to thinking about joining a guild on Artfire, check out Jewelry Creators Unite in Numbers. We have some fantastic members!

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Love this concept, Sharyl! I always look outside of the house and need to refocus on the common things scattered around. Great pics.

jumbledhutch said...

Your pasta shots look great! Makes me think maybe we could have pasta tonight for dinner! SMILE! Have a wonderful week!

Sharyl said...

Thank you, all! This morning is like Christmas! I woke up, came to my computer, and found all these wonderful gifts of your comments all stacked up and waiting for me! What a nice treat! I so appreciate your support!

Marianna said...

congratulations on your new Artfire shop!! I love these pics, noodle detail and textures. I'm convinced everything is just more interesting to look at in Macro :)

Annette said...

These are great shots. I try to find everyday things around the house when I can't think of anything else to photograph! Good luck with your Artfire shop!

T... said...

you make me laugh...noodle edition....and I think someone is addicted to Macro :)
love your shots....and best of luck with the new shop...fingers crossed for you ....

Sharyl said...

To Marianna,
I think you are so right! It's not everyday I stop and admire the pasta containers on my kitchen counter! They look much more inviting here--ha!

Thanks for stopping by and sharing your insight!

To "T"--I think my addiction started with YOU, thank you very much! :-)

And to all, I really appreciate the good wishes on my new shop. It's been a long time in coming, then seemed to happen "all at once!" I'm so grateful for your support and kind wishes! They mean so much to me!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

Very creative - what fun; and, wonderful macro images. Indeed, does make one hungry the longer one view the photos. LOL -- Thank you, kareninkenai

Tracey N. said...

Your post makes me want to go play in my kitchen and see what I can take macros of! Very creative.

Sharyl said...

I've done some in my office/workshop too, but haven't posted those yet. It was a bad-weather day so took some inside that day. I suppose once winter comes I'll be doing a lot more of that!