The Daily Shoot #ds446 – Sense of depth or dimension

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    "Create a photo today that gives a sense of depth or dimension."

    Suburban supermarket aisle. They've lowered the shelves since I was there last. The shelves now seem less monolithic.

    1. kaoru_kobayashi 83 months ago | reply

      Hello,Rowan Peter-san, I'm Kaoru Kobayashi, an editor from Japan. Now I'm looking for supermarket image photo for my latest book as to food. Now I would like to ask you if your this photo is free of charge under common license,or need to ask Getty Images. I appreciate for your response. Thank you.

    2. Rowan Peter 83 months ago | reply

      Kaoru Kobayashi

      Hello Kaoru!

      Thanks for your interest in my suburban supermarket photo. Yes, you can use my photo in your upcoming food related book free of charge. An attribution or credit for the photo somewhere in the book would be appreciated.

      Good luck with the launch of your book.
      :)
      Rowan Peter

    3. kaoru_kobayashi 83 months ago | reply

      Rowan-san, Thank you for letting me use your photo,could you let me know your email address, if you don't mind. I will send you PDF file for your photo page and book cover,when it's done. My email address is kokaru626(at)gmail.com Thank you!

    4. Rowan Peter 83 months ago | reply

      Kaoru Kobayashi
      Hello Kaoru!
      A PDF version of the book cover and the page that contains my photo sounds great.
      Can't wait to see the finished product.
      :)
      Rowan Peter

    5. kaoru_kobayashi 83 months ago | reply

      Rowan-san,
      I've thought you are professional photographer or doing something about photos.
      I'm also using Nikon,great camera and lens! When the book cover is done, I will send
      it to you again.

    6. Rowan Peter 83 months ago | reply

      Kaoru Kobayashi
      Hiya Kaoru!
      No, I'm not a professional photographer. I just like taking photos for fun.
      Can't wait to see the front cover of your book!
      :)

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