On my birthday a friend of mine offered me a book by Chris Gatcum called Creative Digital Photography: 52 Weekend Projects I recommend it. It has lots of different ideas of photos to do which I am having fun trying out.
I just bought a 50mm Nikkor lens that opens to 1.8 and it’s amazing for bokeh and narrow depth of field. So I of course had to try this project out. I cut out the heart shape “filter” from an old box of cereals and set up my studio in the kitchen. The lights in the back come from candles which I had sitting on all kinds of objects. With some reflective things around (bottle and glass) which gave some extra hearts.
I loved the result. I had this chinese (or maybe Japanese) bowl in my kitchen, I have no idea what is written on it – I hope it’s not something totally disrelated.
Will be trying more fun stuff with that lens.