How on earth are you staying up there? I asked another photographer this same question, when he had posted a picture of a women apparently defying gravity, and his reply was...a pole which was "removed" from the picture using Photoshop.But I know that you don't resort to such post production, so my question stands.How did you do this?
I know! You used a huge chunk of Velcro???
@Raymond - Haha! Nope, it wasn't Velcro! I have to admit though, there is this part of me that's hesitant to give away the "trick" that I used to get this pic. (partly because I never thought that I'd fool anyone in the first place!), but the other side of me feels sorta guilty about holding back...sooooo...I reckon you'll just have to persuade me to come up off of it :)
maybe the door was laying down on the ground?
@Steve - BINGO! You are absolutely RIGHT, Steve - the door was lying on my living room floor! It wasn't until after I started editing the pics though, that I got the idea to rotate the images...and I was super happy that I had, cuz I definitely think that it helped to add a little sumpin sumpin to an otherwise ho-hum set of pics. :)
I think I see what you did there and if I am correct, I am guessing neosporin was involved the apres-shoot recovery period.very clever as always.
@Ted - Now just how the hell could you possibly know THAT?! I didn't actually use neosporin (cuz I'm dreadfully allergic to it) but my shoulders were pretty much shredded (it was grody)...took em a week and a half to finally heal! Ow.
You've got me with this one, and you have tweaked my curiosity even more. Do tell! I took a closer look after Steve's comment about the door lying flat but looking at the way your hair is hanging, I wonder about that possibility. But then might be correct.Eventually we will wring it out of you, so you might as well come clean now.Great visualization, as always.
@Raymond - Steve's hunch was 100% dead-on! The door was lying flat on the floor. I actually did make a point of spreading my hair out each time that I got into position, but I can't even give you a reason for why - other than just cuz. In retrospect though, I was glad that I had!
Hi Lauralyn,I think it is a shot of you on the ground. The camera shooting down and facing your back. At least it seems that way when I turn the image 90 degrees counterclockwise.Best,scottMrs. Kelly’s Playhouse
@scott Kelly - You got it, Scott! I can't pull anything over on you guys, can I ;)