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Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

Kodak Gallery sells to Shutterfly

Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

Art Sketchbook - texture & mark making experiments - surface pattern development; art & design portfolio // Ellie Green

Art Sketchbook - texture & mark making experiments - surface pattern development; art & design portfolio // Ellie Green

Mark making..this seems simple but also like it could be very effective as an exercise/warm up activity. I think there's a lot of room for creativity in choosing mark designs as well. I like it :)

Mark making..this seems simple but also like it could be very effective as an exercise/warm up activity. I think there's a lot of room for creativity in choosing mark designs as well. I like it :)

Sun prints!  Lavender, feathers, leaves, flowers, dandelions...oh my gosh.  We must do this soon!

Sun prints! Lavender, feathers, leaves, flowers, dandelions...oh my gosh. We must do this soon!

Mark making experiment  I repined this simply because of the mark making itself. I feel that this mark is very strong as I uses only one medium, however it manages to portray different shades, hues and thickness. The translucent element of the mark itself also adds depth to it.

Mark making experiment I repined this simply because of the mark making itself. I feel that this mark is very strong as I uses only one medium, however it manages to portray different shades, hues and thickness. The translucent element of the mark itself also adds depth to it.

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