Friday was sunny and beautiful in Stockholm, and as we were going to the Ozzy concert, I thought I’d bring my puggies with me to work so that they wouldn’t be too bothered about us being out. Rico was calm and cool, and Ove was a little fury hurricane sweeping through the office and barking. Same same.
Ok this time the photo assignment was a liiiittle bit more challenging. I had to take a high key photo and a low key photo. High key – I thought – would be easy, as I am good at overexposing (on purpose, of course..), but low key did proved to require more effort and resources.
For the over-exposing, I tried to create a “negative” sort of feeling. For this, I would have to go B/W and with something that would let the light through, so I opted for the fabric flowers in my window:
So far so good. It was time to move on to the low key challenge. First, I had to really understand the concept. I went through my notes and I do must admit that I had to google the technique instead as my notes were pretty much illegible. I did some tests that looked like this:
So as you can see “pas terrible”… I even used a flash. Not good, but I was starting to get it. In the end, this is what I managed – with a flashlight, no other lights, a remote and a very, very patient Rico!
We love pugs. We love dress-ups. We love Charity. This initiative by Luisa Via Roma teaming up with designers, bloggers, and fashion publications runs a charity auction in support to children in China and Bangladesh. I would contribute with a bid, but the numbers went a bit too high for my budget. Luckily these are toys and not meant to be actual clothes for dogs, although I must say that the little preppy outfit by Marras is very tempting!
My favourite ones are the Missoni and Vogue ones. Yours?