A mark for a photographer specializing in photographing baptisms.
11 months ago
love the concept. wonder if you made the camera part a gray, and left the drop blue if it might help it communicate better.
Also, realize this is probably a WIP, but the curves on your drop seem a little hitchy.
@Taylor Goad thanks for the feedback. All good suggestions!
Really digging the line work on this. There's a solid concept you're working out with the waterdrop/lens. I'm gonna throw some comments out there just because people really don't give a ton of feedback on here so I'm trying to do that more. Pretty much, I'm commenting for my benefit. You can delete it later. :)
Kinda of like what @Taylor Goad was saying, I wonder if adding some sort or glare in the water might help. My thought is since water and glass have similar reflective properties, I wonder if there's not something you can add to the lens area to reinforce that. Not sure if it's 100% needed but it wasn't until after reading that this was for a baptism photographer that the waterdrop really read for me.
I'm also wondering why there's hard corners on the inside line-work of the camera body and rounded edges on the outside (might just be the scale of this, idk). But the contrast between when the lines end (rounded) and the hard (inside) corners when the lines change 90 degrees just seems a bit strange.
Again Jeremy, love the concept here. Just throwing some thoughts out there and also "liking" it.
Nice work man.
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