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1 ‘My Spoons Runneth Over’ by Peter Baker

“Searching for inspiration for a camera club competition entry, I spotted a picture with a spoon being tipped and syrup starting to overflow. From there it was a short leap to one spoon with syrup being poured into it and overflowing, but it looked a little empty, so I built up the frame from there. My wife helped me overcome the challenge of all the things that had to be held: three spoons, a syrup bottle, a flash and a remote trigger.”

From the top of the frame to the bottom, this is a very well-executed image. Aside from the meticulous composition, with the spoons all arranged at complementary angles, and the even lighting, which Peter set up without blowing any highlights, there’s the not-insignificant factor of the syrup.

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