Sunday, January 29, 2012

A Camera View of the World

I found this old camera at our local antique/flea mall and could not resist getting it. The bottle was a dollar and the fake flower another dollar from the Dollar Store. Made a white box out of an old wooden milk carrier, and found a spot in the house upstairs that get  wonderful “natural" light. In Kim Klassen’s "Beyond Layers" class we are working on simplicity and lighting combined with the use of textures.

This post is linked with Flickr’s "Beyond Layers" sponsored by Kim Klassen and Lisa Gordon’s “The Creative Exchange."


  1. I like the photo very much, my father used to have such a camera, I inherited it as my husband collects cameras.

  2. Wow! I am so impressed with what you're learning in that class. I love the composition and you were so smart to think of making the box the way you did. It's just beautiful. (Plus I love old cameras too.)

  3. What a beautiful picture. Love that camera.

  4. A lovely work of art there, that texture you've used is my free one called plaster postale, not Kim Klassens.

  5. Genie my Friend, you are "rockin" layers!!
    This is so very beautiful, and I do SO love that vintage camera!

    Thank you so very much for sharing with us at The Creative Exchange today.

    Have a wonderful evening!


  6. Excellent and very nice work.

    Regards and best wishes