Don't you just hate it when that happens? I got a bit, crazy creative today Blog here with more: [link]
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I love the elegant look of the bird cage that you've got there, and the angle makes it look so wonderfully significant and isolated!
And like on most of your single-object photos, the focus captured on the main point of the photo is wonderful! The quality and essential role the bird cage plays in this photo is very unique and outstanding! The only thing that I would say would make it a bit more focused on the bird cage is if it was hanging down from somewhere instead of sitting on another object. Although, it does make the idea of it more original, since most birdhouses you don't find sitting on a railing! And the idea of filling it with popcorn is certainly not what most people find use for in birdcages!
Overall this photo is of great clarity in quality and very unique of an idea, the angle of lighting and view making it quiet a great photography piece, making me wonder what let on this idea. And I'm very happy to hear that you set the bird free before smunching it into there with all that popcorn! I see this as very interesting and rate this five stars!
Well, this is certainly a first! I've never seen anything quite like it! 5 stars for the creativity. This is so original and different! I like how the colors seem to match yet the ideas are very unalike. The mint green in the back is a nice contrast to the creamy colors the subject holds. I guess this photo sparks curiosity. Most people feel intrigued or curious when they see a birdcage. Birdcages make you think of freedom or being trapped. The whole idea of putting popcorn in it is such a surprise yet a delight! The photo is taken at a nice angle although if you were ever to go back to the photo, I'd like to see a slightly different change of lighting although I know that's hard since the cage seems to be sat on something next to a window? Anyways, good job all the same, I like the natural tones yet editing seems slightly appealing.