Friday, 5 April 2013

Certificate Module 2 Postscript: some more kimono pictures

I wasn't really happy with my own pictures of the kimono and so I commissioned my niece, a professional photographer (http://www.dianewhytephotography.com) to take some more.  The plain white background in her studio and her professional camera made the detail stand out much more clearly.  Here is a selection of the photos.
















11 comments:

  1. It's really wonderful Catherine - so looking forward to seeing it (and you) at Summer School. I particularly like the photograph where you have your hands tucked in the sleeves.

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  2. Love your photos, wonderfully taken and only serve to make your kimono look even better.
    Helen

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  3. Wow, Catherine! It's wonderful to see so much more detail in these images. You must be delighted.

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  4. What a wonderful piece of work, the professional photos certainly show off all the lovely stitching. You must be delighted and very proud of the finished project. I have loved following you on your journey.

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  5. Hi Catherine, your kimono is truly amazing. I hadn't checked on you for ages and when I opened up the page it was just WOW! The detail is incredible, you must be so delighted.

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  6. Hello Catherine, your kimono is so beautiful, you can be proud of it. I also like the way it's presented in your pictures

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  7. WOW Catherine - it looks wonderful. Well done !!

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  8. What a great idea to get your niece to take all these photos. She certainly has done a great job and I must say the white background certainly makes a difference.

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  9. What a great record of all the hard thought and work that went into your kimono, lovely to see your story board included.

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  10. What a fabulous record of a tremendous piece of work, you must be delighted,. Can't wait to see you at at Summer school - will you model it for us again !

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  11. Catherine, you look so happy and proud of in your splendid work of kimono. The incredible number of work has really paid off. I am with you!
    Maren

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