Forklift Symmetry

© Sara B Coffey

Forklift Symmetry
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'Symmetry' refers to a line that splits an object in half making an exact mirror image of each other. This single image symmetry comes in the form of a reflection by using 6 forks interlocked, two sets are turned up and one set is turned down. I used an elevated piece of glass on a black piece of fabric & a black background. To jazz it up a bit I light painted overtop w/ a child's toy as even as I could during the 30 second exposure. I used two 100 watt daylights facing completely away from the glass to minimize reflections I didn't want. My settings were F20 30sec iso100 @35mm exposure bias -1.67.

Uploaded on March 10, 2019

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